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The Blast Off Board Sound Sequencing Set has really taken off, no pun intended.

After going to ASHA in November and to CESA-5 Speech-Language Symposium in Wisconsin this past weekend, I am so excited by the positive response for the Blast Off Board Sound Sequencing Set.   Let’s face it. Some of the drill and practice that we do with kids is not all that fun. When something as […]

Blast Off Board and FREE products? Awesome!

Announcing the amazing Blast Off Board Sound Sequencing Set and up  to 2 free products ($80 value) for the purchase of a complete set! Happy New Year to all of you. My new year has started out with a BLAST! After years of pondering whether to develop another Push-Pull Puzzle, I am thrilled to say […]

The BLAST OFF BOARD Sound Sequencing Set is finally here!

Are you tired of using picture cards for speech practice ? You need the Blast Off Board Sound Sequencing Set which combines speech practice all while having fun! This amazing new product is especially excellent for children with apraxia, articulation delays, or other sound sequencing disorders. Do you need sound sequencing practice that is motivating […]

Be a Team for your Child – Teachers and Parents Together

Several years ago, I wrote an article entitled Hey There Educators – Who Needs You More? You may want to read that over as you begin a new school year. But for now, let’s talk about being a team! https://talkitrockit.com/2015/01/11/hey-educators-needs/ ‎ Parents, as you begin a new year with your child in school, think about […]

Building Sounds to Make Words

Helping children build sounds to make words is incredibly rewarding.This illustrates a recent experience I had with one of my students with limited ability to produce sounds. We brainstormed how to encourage positive communication even with limited verbal skills. http://184.171.249.2/~tiri/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/vowels.pdf Motor Planning Issues – One of my little students has been working on producing vowel […]

Are you into singing or rapping? Both are great for learning!

I believe wholeheartedly in the power of music to enhance speech and language learning. Whether you are trying to remember your phone number, memorize 5 facts for a history test, or learn how to spell a complicated word, attaching those skills with a song can be a huge help. The same is true for young […]

The Parents of our Parent-Teacher Organization Are SPECIAL!!

Thinking about parents – As I get ready for a new school year, my mind often goes, not only to my little students, but their parents as well. I thought I would share something I wrote for our Early Childhood Special Education PTO defining the word, “special”. I have been a staff representative for the […]