Treating bilingual speech therapy clients can be a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be! Our Spanish speech therapy materials will make your professional life easier and give you the confidence boost you need :)
My husband and I will be adding to this page frequently!! Contact us with any requests! Seriously!! Currently, we have:
We have 57 pages of Spanish Flashcards! It was a mission, but they are finally here.
There are 12 flashcards for each sound in each sound position, 14 Spanish flashcard games that can be given to parents as handouts, Spanish translated homework sheets, and a parent guide to articulation practice.
We are EXCITED about this! I can just feel at the bilingual students who are going to start making some fast progress.
If you are interested, learn more now!
We are creating instructional, generalization, and language based articulation materials by phoneme. We will add them as we finish them!
Currently, we have:
Blank Forms: Time of Day Practices
Below are completely customizable forms that you can print and personalize depending on your client's goals. Click on the link below to download your pdf file.
Here you will find online, pdf forms for specific language goals. You can still personalize them depending on your student's individualized needs.
Again, the practices will revolve around meaningful, daily tasks. This list will be updated frequently.
Each sound the following documents:
If you are a parent, you can explore each sound and practice as needed! If you are a professional, you can print off the homework sheets and attach the practice materials and you are done!
Click below to download your Spanish articulation word lists to your Google Drive. If you don't use Google Drive, please contact me and I can send them in another form. It is crucial we, as professionals, advocate supporting the home language.
Sometimes things are lost in translation! I understand this more than ever living in a bilingual home. To help bilingual families, we have a link to how articulation therapy works in Spanish.
Read more here!
We all know the importance of a speech and language home program. However, for our bilingual students and clients, the importance quadruples!
Due to all the great researchers out there, we now know a few things to be true about bilingual speech development relating to bilingual speech therapy:
**HOWEVER!! For most of our language impaired students, language transfer between L1 and L2 may or may not happen naturally. To transfer skills from one language to another, a student needs strong meta-linguistic skills. Students with language impairments don’t always have these skills.
So what can we do to help with language transfer, support the primary language, and make significant process?
Create A BILINGUAL HOME PROGRAM