Be that SLP who has easy to access charts and posters for your speech sound disorder caseload! This bundle of charts and posters are bright, easy to use, and explains speech therapy development with parents and teachers.
Whether you want to use these for screening purposes, hang them in your speech therapy or waiting room, or simply place in a binder to help explain speech development, this growing bundle can help you feel more confident to discuss all things speech!
WHAT IS IN THE BUNDLE?
✅ — SPEECH DEVELOPMENT CHART: A beautiful wall poster that displays the typical acquisition of speech sounds based on the McLeod & Crowe (2018) cross-linguistic review.
✅ — POSTERS FOR PHONOLOGICAL PATTERNS: Nine color, and nine black and white posters or handouts for describing typically developing phonological patterns.
✅ — Oral Motor DDK Rates Pack: Have norms, instructions, forms, and picture cards to help to elicit DDK rates with the 2-to-13-year-old population.
✅ — SPEECH DEVELOPMENT FACT SHEETS: Speech, phonology, and phonological awareness development fact sheets for ages 3, 4, 5, and 6 years.
✅ — SPEECH METAPHORS: A compilation of speech sound metaphors to help teach speech sounds and concepts.
✅ — PHONOLOGICAL PATTERN CHART: A bright wall poster displaying ages of suppression for phonological patterns
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What SLP’s like you are saying:
“I can tell so much hard work went into this resource. It’s so detailed and research based, but everything is explained simply. It will be perfect to help explain things to parents and teachers”
“SLP must have! So many great resources! Can print them out poster size or even just print them off or download them for hand out use for clients / parents!
“Everything in this bundle is beautifully presented, easy to understand, detailed and well-researched”
“I have already referenced these posters and the normative data more times than I can count! I am so thankful to have these, especially because they give such clear, practical examples that can be used for explaining speech/phonological patterns to parents, as well”
Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.
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