I love to look at Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest and get ideas of fun activities to try in therapy sessions.  Most of the time, I find something that I can make work well by adapting it.  One day I saw a video of little boys looking through a glass in a pan of water to see different stickers.  I thought that would be a huge mess, so I changed the activity by using beans instead to work on I See . It worked great.  I thought, "Wow! Pinterest Win!"  Well, for every win, there must be a loss. This week I saw a really cute video on a post by Playtivities.com .  They played a game they called the "Yank Me" game. The video shows a really cute little girl pulling out these papers with such ease! (I now realize they had a LOT of practice.) I thought, "I can do that in therapy!"  Instead of the pieces of paper, I used articulation cards.  I found some old coffee cups in the teacher lounge, and thought, "this will be great!"  I set everythi...
***Updated 7/18/2017:   Sadly, I cannot continue to recommend this app.   If you purchased this app, do NOT update it.  The makers of this app have moved to a subscription based app called Speech Blubs, and this app, First Blubs will no longer update correctly.  They currently have a price of $99.99 on the First Blubs app in order to force people over to their newer Speech Blubs app.  If you own it, enjoy it, but DO NOT update it at the app store.  You will lose all of your animal sounds.  The newer app offers a free short trial, however, after that, you will be charged a $9.99 a month subscription fee to use Speech Blubs. I in no way endorse the Speech Blubs app.  I have not reviewed any copy of the Speech Blubs app. The app developer is misusing my name as well as several other SLP blogs in order to promote their new app.  I have requested that they remove the My Speech Universe name from their app descriptions on all platforms (Apple, Google Play, Amazon)  as well as from th...