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EdTech Tuesday: Build Compound Words

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Occupational Therapists

Develop language and literacy skills with Build Compound Words, an app designed to help students make concrete connections between pictures and text. How can you incorporate this tool into your next therapy session? Learn more here.    

3 Storytelling Games for Kids

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School Physical Therapists

Improve speech and writing with these story telling games that encourage kids to think outside of the box. Click here for more details.

15 At-Work Relaxation Tips for SLPs

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Occupational Therapists

De-stress between therapy session with these quick and simple relaxation tips. Click here to check out the list, and approach the upcoming school year with ease.    

16 Relaxing Activities for Anxious Kids

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School Physical Therapists

Explore this list of songs, crafts, and activities for anxious kids. How can you can incorporate them into your therapy sessions? Find out here.

5 Tips for Running a Social Skills Group

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These five tips from a speech-language pathologist will help you run a successful social skills group. Make sure to check out the activities and free materials included. Take a look!

EdTech Tuesday: Sign 4 Me

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Occupational Therapists

The Sign 4 Me app now works with Siri Speech Recognition to help you learn and teach sign language. Check it out here on iTunes.  

EdTech Tuesday: 5 Must-Have Tools for Education Conferences

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School Physical Therapists

Summer vacation is a popular time for teachers, therapists, and administrators to attend education conferences. If you haven’t attended many, you may wonder what you should bring with you on conference day. This list of tools and apps will help you have an easy-going and worthwhile conference experience. Take a look here!

EdTech Tuesday: Conversation Builder

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Speech-Language Pathologists

Check out this highly interactive app for SLPs that prompts students through each stage of a conversation and records their spoken responses. Happy Better Hearing and Speech Month to all!