Who needs an apple orchard when you have your therapy room and these minimal pair apples? Give your students the experience of apple picking while working on auditory discrimination of minimal pairs and/or reduction of phonological processes.
Non-Verbal Cues May Help Build Young Kids' Vocabulary
Non-verbal cues such as pointing or gesturing may help develop a child’s vocabulary, even though it doesn’t involve saying new words. This is the finding of a new University of Chicago study that examined how vocabulary-building–a known predictor of later school success–might be encouraged in homes with all [...]