Have you tried mini sensory bins? I put some kinetic sand, fall trinkets (super cheap at Hobby Lobby), and compare/contrast task cards from my Fall Mixed Up Book Companion in a pencil box. Once students complete (and remove) all the task cards in their box, the box is theirs to play with. This helps provide a visual for exactly “when” their work will be done, and it provides motivation to complete their work. It’s one of those win-win type of things 😉 .... What’s your favorite sensory box filler? Tell me 👇🏼! I’m most interested in trying water beads, but I’m way too afraid someone (and no, I do not have a specific student in mind) will eat them! 🤷♀️ ..... Also, thanks for the inspiration for the mini boxes texasspeechmom 💕 ... See MoreSee Less
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Do you ever walk into your room and it looks like a 🌪 hit, but really you’ve just had back to back to back therapy groups?! 🙋🏼♀️Let me know below, if you’re also reluctantly on team tornado! 👇🏼
This is the story of my life lately so I decided to bring NO PRINT goodness back into my life 💗
Slide right for a more detailed preview of my FALL VERBS Interactive NO PRINT resource. It contains 3 activities- 1. Expressive 2. Receptive Level 1 (common verbs) 3. Receptive Level 2 (less common, phonologically complex verbs) It also contains color-coded visuals to help students build grammatically correct sentences, and to help the SLP model and expand utterances.
It can be easily used as is to target: pronouns, expanding MLU, word order, present progressive, present tense, past tense, and future tense verbs.
I’ll be leaving this resource on sale for 50% off through Saturday so check out the link below if you need some no print ease in your speech toolbox! ... See MoreSee Less
No this is not a Bath and Body works ad! This is a “keep your germs to yourself PSA”! 😷I keep these little gems on my desk in all different “scents” as soon as one student does something that requires me to bust them out (cue wiggling teeth 😬, sneezing🤧, picking 👃🏽, etc.) I offer the kids any scent they want. BAM 🤜🏼 suddenly everyone wants some sanitizer!
Do you have any “stay healthy” tips for this SLP who hates germs even more than she hates paperwork?! 🙈 ... See MoreSee Less