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When Speech Hinders Reading – Speech Therapy Blogs

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This week I am writing about speech therapy. I started this series with a post about  Speech Therapy Resources for Malachi. Then I wrote about iPad Apps For Speech Therapy. After that I gathered a list of Printable Resources For Speech Therapy. Then I posted about some great Games And Activities For Speech Therapy. Yesterday I posted a collection of 12 places where you can listen to Stories Online To Support Speech Therapy.

Speech therapy blogs are awesome for information, ideas, and resources. I did a little bit of searching and I found several excellent speech and language related blogs.

And if those links didn’t give you enough reading, check out this link to even more blogs on Mommy’s Speech Therapy.

What speech and language related blogs do you read?

Stories Online To Support Speech Therapy

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This week I am writing about speech therapy. I went in search of Speech Therapy Resources for Malachi and found some great ones. An internet search also yielded some wonderful  iPad Apps For Speech Therapy. Then I gathered all my favorite sites and made a list of Printable Resources For Speech Therapy (and found some excellent new ones too). Finally, yesterday I posted about some great Games And Activities For Speech Therapy.

Today we are talking about places to listen to stories and books online. 

I had no idea that there were so many places online where my children can listen to books being read. Listening to books online does not take away from reading to your children, but it gives them even more exposure to words.

Check out this list of places to have stories read to you online:

  1. Story Place
  2. CBeebies
  3. KOL Jr. Stories
  4. Speakaboos
  5. Storyline Online
  6. Children’s Storybooks Online
  7. Ziggity Zoom
  8. Lil Fingers Storybooks
  9. MightyBooks
  10. Starfall
  11. Online Storytime
  12. Mee Genius

What are your favorite books to read with your kids?

Speech Therapy Games and Activities

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This week we are talking about resources for doing speech therapy at home. I am exploring the different speech therapy resources available to help my son Malachi.

We have also talked about iPad apps for speech therapy and printables for speech therapy.

My kids love it when I play games and activities with them. I love it when I can sneak a learning activity in without them realizing that they are “doing school.”

I found some great ideas for speech and languages games and activities on these sites:

What are your favorite games and activities to use with your children (for speech or other learning activities)? 

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