Joanne Walsh
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teaching when questions

Are you teaching WHEN questions in speech therapy? Learn about the different types of WHEN questions and functional activities to teach WHEN questions.

Expanding Utterances with Smash Mats! | [Simply Speech!] | Bloglovin’

Smash mats have been so motivating for my students. I use them to target all kinds of speech and language goals. The kids get excited and I get to elicit lots of practice… it& a win, win!

If you are just starting your career in Early Intervention or have been working with these itty b itties for a long time, you will LOVE...

If you are just starting your career in Early Intervention or have been working with these itty bitties for a long time, you will LOVE these toys. I admit it. I am a shopaholic for toys to use in ear

If you are just starting your career in Early Intervention or have been working with these itty b itties for a long time, you will LOVE...

If you are just starting your career in Early Intervention or have been working with these itty bitties for a long time, you will LOVE these toys. I admit it. I am a shopaholic for toys to use in ear

If you are just starting your career in Early Intervention or have been working with these itty b itties for a long time, you will LOVE...

Professional life I plan to recycle old toys to help the children I work with in speech therapy understand how to say a word and what the word means.

Bubbles are easily one of the most popular activities across the board with my little friends. They absolutely love them! I have to say I love them too. They’re cheap, fun and so versatile to use f…

5 Early Language Goals to Target with Bubbles