Love and Reilly: Speech, Language and Literacy Resources.
Love and Reilly creates oral language and literacy products that are used widely across Australia. They are used in general classroom programming but also in sessions with children who have difficulties with language or literacy.
Love and Reilly's products are popular with speech pathologists and teachers alike and are known as being fun and easy to use. You can browse the available products by clicking the PRODUCTS TO BUY tab above or feel free to email with your requirements and a suitable resource can be recommended.
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Go to the Workshops page for more information and to register for a workshop.
Overview of Workshops: DOWNLOAD TERM 2 WORKSHOP SERIES HERE
UPDATED AWAY WITH WORDS
This old favourite has been updated, re-illustrated and put on a CD. With lots to view and print, "Away with Words" is perfect for language intervention for students in middle primary and beyond.
It's cheaper too - at only $33.50. See more here: AWAY WITH WORDS
It's now at a special price of $9.99 in the iTunes App store for AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH (APRIL).
Love and Reilly, Pelican Talk and Multimedia Speech Pathology are proud to announce the release of their iPad app, SPEECH SOUNDS FOR KIDS! Using the sound characters from Pelican Talk's Speech Sound Set, kids learn all about 22 consonant sounds. Phonemic awareness, articulation tips, listening activities (including auditory discrimination), gestural cues, sound-level tasks, word-level tasks... plus much much more!
It's the perfect speech therapy and early literacy app (and it uses Australian accents).
You can view it HERE in the iTunes App store. (Note: there is a FREE lite version available in iTunes also). Download the HOME PRACTICE sheet HERE.
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