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Welcome back to school and welcome to speech!  This is my 11th year at VCS and my 21st year as a speech-language pathologist.  I will provide speech and language therapy services at the Intermediate Center and the Early Childhood Center this year.  A note has been sent home indicating your child's therapy days and times.  Each student who comes to speech therapy at the Intermediate Center has been given a speech folder.  The folder should remain in your child's backpack so that it is available for home practice and is returned to school for the speech therapy session.  Please take some time with your child to review materials in the folder.  I think you'll find some helpful resources and information in it.

Students who come to language therapy will not have a folder.  Rather, we will be working on foundational skills necessary to help your child be successful in the classroom.

Students who come to speech and language therapy at the Early Childhood Center will take home their speech folder at the end of each 9 weeks.  Please take some time with your child to review all they've learned in therapy.

 

I look forward to a fun-filled year of learning and growing.  Feel free to contact me regarding your child's therapy program via e-mail or phone.

 


Kindly,


Debbie Kennard MA, CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
Intermediate Center 259-2300
Early Childhood Center 259-7161

 

If you're looking for some online activities to reinforce speech and language skills, click on a link below. I'm sure you'll find one to suit your child.


Looking for some fun online games to practice antonyms, synonyms and homonyms?  Try http://ABCYA.com/antonyms_synonyms_homonyms.htm


www.quia.com/shared/search?category=12416&adv_search=true  This link is loaded with speech and language games.  Scroll down to find a game that suits you.


Go to www.storylineonline.net to hear fantastic children's stories read by famous people.

Got to www.eduplace.com/tales/ for mad libs.  Insert words with your speech sound and read them out loud using your best speech.

Tongue twisters can be a fun way to practice speech sounds.  Give it a try.  www.esl4kids.net/tongue.html#th 

 



 

Contact: Debbie.Kennard@tvcs.org

PDF documents
Behavior Plan -
c or k words - Words containing the /k/ sound
ch words - Words containing the /ch/ sound
f words - Words containing the /f/ sound
g words - Words containing the /g/ sound
j words - Words containing the "j" sound
l words - Words containing the /l/ sound
Procedural Safeguards - for parents of students with diabilities
r words - r in the beginning & vowel controlled r at the end
r-blend words - Words containing r-blends
s blend words - Words containing s-blends
s words - Words containing the /s/ sound
sh words - Words containing the /sh/ sound
tips for oral presentations -
v words - Words containing the /v/ sound
y words - Words containing the /y/ sound
z words - Words containing the /z/ sound

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