Speech Therapy Ideas for Adolescents and Tweens


Tween Speech Therapy: What happens in speech therapy shouldn't stay in speech therapy

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Here’s what other SLPs are saying…


Cluttering Bundle

“What a fantastic resource!!!! Cluttering is so hard to detect/treat, and this makes it so much easier! It’s great that everything is in one document!!” -Teachers Pay Teachers review


S and Z Pocket Sized Speech Homework

“I love these pocket sized homework sheets. My older students are more willing to take these and practice outside of the speech room.” -Teachers Pay Teachers review


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Make a Speech Therapy Data Sheet on Google Docs

SLPs can follow these easy steps in five minutes to make a speech therapy data sheet using Google Docs. The data sheet can be edited and printed.
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If you work with tweens or teens, this free poster will be a funny reminder that everyone needs to check their attitude at the door.
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