I’m so excited for the upcoming TPT site-wide sale! I’m linking up with Jenna over at Speech Room News so make sure you head back over to her blog to see what everyone else has in their shopping carts!
My ENTIRE store will be on sale so make sure you check out whats new, my spring themed goodies, and my best sellers!
Is it just me or is there something FISHY going on around here?! I am super excited to share this adorable activity I just finished up! It targets pronouns, has vs. have, is vs. are, and was vs. were. This packet includes a color version and a BLACK/WHITE version of all pages! “Something is Fishy: Early Grammar”
Here’s another new-ish creation….I have been using this all school year with my 3-6th graders and we have been having so much fun! I have also shared TONS of copies of the classroom visuals with regular education teachers and it always puts a smile on my face when I walk into a classroom and I see the visual reminder for my students to use their good speech sounds! This packet includes a color version and a BLACK/WHITE version of all pages!
Another activity I’m excited to share with you is one I made last year just in time for spring…I asked all of my facebook followers to comment with their names and the names of their family/friends. Then, I used all of the names that were left in the comments to create this fun BLACK/WHITE NO PREP activity to target a variety of language skills!
3. What’s In My Mitten Craftivity by Nicole Allison-I don’t typically do a lot of writing with my students in speech, but I recently introduced EET to my students and I think this will be the perfect activity to expand on that! Also, I am looking for any minimal prep activities I can get my hand on at this time of the year!
Evaluation question!!! How are you evaluated in your school/work setting? In Wisconsin, many districts use the Danielson framework and principals are most often our evaluators. I spent three days working on a modified framework with some colleagues last week to better meet the needs of our department. It sure was a lot of work, but we shared a lot of laughs and ended up with a great draft specific to SLPs! ... See MoreSee Less
Here is my new blog post. I encourage every parent who cares about the future of his/her children to read it. I know that many would choose not to hear what I say in the article, but your children n...