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How to Use Speech Cue Cards in Speech-Language Therapy PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Rachel Betzen   

How to Use Speech Cue Cards in Speech-Language Therapy

Hand cues for speech sounds are not a new concept, and there are different versions of these cues that Speech-Language Pathologists use in therapy. Our version of speech sound hand cues can also be used traditionally in this sense during therapy. Speech cues and the hand cue cards may be an especially good match for clients who have more severe speech difficulties, or children who need more of a multi-sensory approach to meet their speech objectives.

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How to Use Speech Cue Cards for Pre-Literacy in the Home PDF Print E-mail
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How to Use Speech Cue Cards for Pre-Literacy in the Home

Children love to play with sounds, whether it is the sound effects they make to enhance their creative play or the funny words that make them laugh. Speech cues used along with sounds and matching letters will help improve your child's awareness of where that sound shows up in words, and what she is doing with her mouth to make it happen. A person's awareness of sounds is referred to as phonological awareness.

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4-5 years: Language and Literacy PDF Print E-mail
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4-5 years: Language and Literacy- Help your child understand story structure by asking him questions about the setting, sequence of actions, and resolution to the stories of his daily experiences. Then, act out the events of his day, or other stories with toys. Let children come up with alternate endings or other possible solutions to problems.

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3-4 years: Pretending PDF Print E-mail
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3-4 years: Pretending- Let your child direct the play and join in. Ask your child lots of questions about their play and the things they have participated in each day. Simple games, such as “I Spy” help teach colors and categories (ex: I Spy something you eat, or an animal, or something with wheels, etc.).

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2-3 years: Beginning sentences PDF Print E-mail
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2-3 years: Beginning sentences- As your child combines words into sentences, model short sentences, such as a noun (+) verb format, during play (ex: “dog run”, or “The dog is running”). Continue to expand on what your child says, using simple adjectives. Let your child help you with some daily household activities and talk about what you're doing together. Notice and comment on what you and your child do, where you are for each activity, and the sequence of steps involved.

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