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    During the school year I will send home activities in speech folders to practice good speech and language skills. Please complete these activities and send them back to school in student folders. A parent communication log will also be available for students via this folder. I will complete this log for every session outlining activities and/or student performance for parents to sign and return. Students must remember to bring home speech folders after sessions and bring back to school the next day speech is scheduled. 
    It is incredibly important to practice skills at home to encourage carry-over. 
    Students can earn additional incentives for completing work for extra practice posted on this web-page independently at home. You may either communicate this information through the communication log with a signature or print/return papers in speech folders. 
    Please find additional practice pages and games below.
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    Interesting websites K-2:
    https://www.storyplace.org/ :Each theme includes an online story, online activity, printable “take home” activities and suggestions for parents. There will also be a book list that corresponds with each particular lesson.
    http://pbskids.org/lions/ :Elementary-aged language and literacy games with stories, vocabuary work, and phonemic awareness activities, too!
    http://www.scholastic.com/parents/play/ :Great literacy-based games and activities!
    https://www.funwithspot.com/ :Play language-based games with Spot. This resource is great for Kindergarten!
    Social Skills:
     http://do2learn.com/SocialSkills/overview.htm : This is a great resource for social communication and interaction skills. It includes videos and games for additional practice.
    Articulation Games:
    https://www.quia.com/pages/havemorefun.html : Tracy Boyd, SLP has created a great articulation resource for online games. This is a great page for quick articulation practice at home!