Speech & Language Skills in 4th Grade: A Handy Checklist

Do you know what speech and language skills your 4th grade students should be working on?  Odds are if you’re a seasoned SLP, then yes you probably do.  However, if you are a new SLP or perhaps have changed school settings and you’re working with different grade levels, you might need a refresher.  This information comes straight from ASHA, I’ve just put it together in a pretty little printer-friendly checklist to help you out.  Click here to get it!  So, what skills should your 4th graders have or be acquiring?  Here’s the list of what they should be doing by the end of the school year:

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