Remedial Activities

Articulation Tales: Stories for Articulation Remediation
The Boone Voice Program For Children - Second Edition
Handwriting Development Remedial Activities [HDRA]
Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing - Program for Reading, Spelling, and Speech [LIPS]
Phonological Awareness Training for Reading–Second Edition
Question Cognition [QC]
Vocabulary As You Need It


Articulation Tales: Stories for Articulation Remediation

Jo Ann Gordon

Articulation Tales is a resource designed to give students the articulation practice they need in key letter sounds. Each of 31 lessons presents an engaging story containing a range of focused vocabulary. Students have the opportunity to practice articulation of difficult letter sounds when reading or listening to the short passage and accompanying word list, responding to questions, and retelling the story with a page of visual prompts.
In addition to articulation remediation, Articulation Tales allows therapists to target phonemic awareness, auditory processing, comprehension, articulation carryover, and expressive language skills in each lesson. Speech/language therapists will find that Articulation Tales provides a versatile and flexible tool for meeting a wide range of needs.

Softcover 136 page Book CH-429 $24.00


The Boone Voice Program For Children - Second Edition

Daniel R. Boone

The Second Edition of this cognitive program gives step-by-step guidelines and materials for both the evaluation and the remediation of voice disorders in children. Pictures, written, and spoken stimuli are presented for 12 facilitating approaches to be used in voice therapy: Changing Horizontal Focus, Changing Loudness, Changing Vertical focus, Chewing, Ear Training, Eliminate Hard Glottal Attack, Establish New Pitch, Explanation of Problem (Counseling), Masking, Open Mouth, Pushing, and Yawn-Sigh.

Manuals, Forms, Cards, Charts,    
Notes, Cassette Tape CH-906 $237.00


Handwriting Development Remedial Activities [HDRA]

Morrison F. Gardner

These remedial activities were developed primarily to improve a child's legibility of writing letters, words, sentences, and numbers; they were also developed to aid therapists (occupational therapists, resource specialists, classroom teachers, psychologists, language specialists, and other professionals) in treating these children who have problems in handwriting.
In developing these remedial activities a great deal of thought and consideration was given to the range of activities needed to improve a child's handwriting. Each set of remedial activities is arranged in ascending order of difficulty; for example,
● Preparation for handwriting letters and words and numbers (connecting dots to complete various geometric forms and copying various non-language symbols for the purpose of developing fine neurosensory integration skills)
● Connecting dots to form completed letters and numbers
● Drawing lines between two parallel lines of letters and numbers (upper-case and lower-case manuscript only)
● Copying letters and numbers from a single stimulus
● Connecting dots to form letters making words (excluding uppercase cursive)
● Copying words (excluding upper-case cursive)
● Connecting dots to form letters of words and sentences (excluding upper-case manuscript and upper-case cursive)
● Copying sentences (excluding upper-case manuscript and uppercase cursive)
These remedial activities are easy to administer to an individual child or to a group of children or to an entire class of children ages five years to eleven years.
These remedial activities can be used on a daily basis as part of the class curriculum.

Manuscript Lower Case and Upper Case (over 400 sheets) CH-860 $66.95
Cursive Lower Case and Upper Case (over 300 sheets) CH-880 $66.95


Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing - Program for Reading, Spelling, and Speech [LIPS]

Patricia Lindamood, Phyllis Lindamood

The major revision of the popular Auditory Discrimination in Depth program develops phonemic awareness - the ability to identify individual sounds and their order within words - for competence in reading, spelling, and speech.

It is effective across the full age range, from elementary into professional adult.

Classroom Version for Five or More Children    
[14 Components] CH-739 $518.00


Phonological Awareness Training for Reading–Second Edition [PATR-2]

Joseph K. Torgesen, Brian R. Bryant

Phonological Awareness Training for Reading, Second Edition (PATR-2) is designed to increase the level of phonological awareness in young children. The program is divided into four phases: warm-up, sound blending, sound segmenting, and reading and spelling.

The warm-up phase includes rhyming activities to focus attention on the sounds in words. Following the warm-up phase, the formal training program begins with activities to blend individual sounds to make words. The third phase addresses the more difficult segmenting activities. In the final phase of instruction, students use letters to represent the phonemes in words and learn to use their phonological awareness skills in reading and spelling.

Appropriate for either individual or group work, Phonological Awareness Training for Reading, Second Edition takes about 12 to 14 weeks with short sessions 3 to 4 times per week.

New features of the second edition include: newly updated research, easy to follow lesson plan format which includes teacher scripts, student Progress Record, and a CD-ROM which includes reproducible Appendixes A – H and the “Phoneme Pronunciation” audio file.

Target Group: At-risk children in Kindergarten needing help to prepare for reading in 1st grade and 1st or 2nd grade students having difficulties learning to read.

Training Manual, 70 Letter Cards, 52 Rhyming Picture Cards, 102 Picture Cards, 36 Word Cards, 3 Full-color 11x17” Game Boards, 9 cubes, 6 tokens, large custom die and CD-ROM CH-435 $135.00


Question Cognition [QC]

Joan S. Kissel

An exciting resource book for individuals aged 4 to adult and for groups, the QC targets students understanding and use of question forms and semantic knowledge through probing techniques, classification skills, judgment making skills, inferences and confrontation.

The QC contains 68 well designed pages, detailed instructions, identified lesson purpose, homework record sheets and much more. Excellent for students with delayed or disordered language, the QC is also valuable for individuals learning English as a second language. Under proper supervision, many of the work sheets are appropriate for parents to facilitate mastery or generalization of skills.

Resource Book Ch-184 $62.95


Vocabulary As You Need It

Joan S. Kissel

This 240-page resource book will save time and greatly assist with record keeping. It consists of 13 well-organized sections, comprised of work sheets, presenting vocabulary grouped by linguistic and speech categories. Each work sheet has information concerning syllable structure, directions, the vocabulary words being taught, and pictures to represent the vocabulary words. Perfect for schools and clinics who serve children, adolescents, and adults developmentally or for targeting English as a second language.

Resource Book CH-526 $67.95



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