It's about that time, folks! I'm counting down the days and working with my favorite theme… the ocean! I decided to create another quick pronoun freebie to go with it that will be great for my students and hopefully yours too…
There are 3 different no prep pages to work on he/she pronouns with your littles!
you need data for progress reports? The concept is
Yes, we all know it is easy to obtain data for articulation at the word and sentence levels, but what do you do for conversational speech? I came up with an EASY method to collect and calculate data. Go read about it on my blog HERE.
You can download the form that has the formula already written on it. If you download, PLEASE leave me some feedback! I want to know if I made your life easier at this hectic time of year!!
Summer break is fast approaching and Shanda and I wanted to send you off with a fun freebie to use in a summer therapy packet or to be used during summer break if you are teaching then too.
This freebie contains worksheets that can be adjusted to be used with any student. Just fill in the student's targeted speech or language word or sound and you are all set for a fun summer-themed teaching session using cute clip art that will bring sunny warmth to your therapy room!
Come visit us over at our blog to pick up this FREEBIE! At our blog, we are always trying hard to provide the latest information on speech and language therapy, providing freebies, links to helpful therapy documents, completing helpful reviews. and even trying to hold fun giveaways to benefit you!
Hey everyone! It's Miss Thrifty SLP here with a quick activity for cause and effect to use as a quick review.
Each of the ten cards gives a small scenario that has a "consequence." Students have to tell you a possible consequence. If their answer is correct, they get to chose a number and perform the hidden action.
The actions range from making a silly face to describing an object and even to play-acting what they would do/say in the situation.
To see more pictures of the cards and to grab your own copy, click on the image below.
Here's a fun "Parts of a Whole" activity I made. There are 9 pictures of binary choice cards with 3 descriptors (parts of the whole) and 9 object pictures you can use to have your client describe it by naming at least 3 parts of the object.
What time is it? Emma & Bobby have made
a muddy mess, and now it's time for a bath!
This interactive sampler packet gives you a
glimpse of a creative and engaging way to elicit multiple repetitions of
targets with children with apraxia or severe articulation needs who are working
at CV/VC/CVC level.
This sampler contains all of the full color
elements of “Story 1” from the “Bath Time” themed packet PLUS a black &
white mini-book! Check it out here.
If you enjoy this freebie, the full packet
contains six of each: stories, mini books, and matching drill sheets…and a cute
pacing board!I’ve also included a black
line version of each page to reduce printing demands.
Here's a fun, Bingo-type variation that you and your students will love! Each player receives a different game board then take turns calling out an animal name and have every player cover the picture. Who can make a winding path from either the forest to forest or sea to sea first?
Need some variations? Set up barriers so students can't see whether they are helping another player with their pick. Name where the animal lives or the name of the animal baby.
And talk about whether they prefer the beach or the mountains for their own vacations!
To pick up your own copy of this FREEBIE, click here.
Hi everyone! Today I have a freebie that was inspired by Erik X. Raj's blog post about eliciting language from your students when you ask how their weekend was. I wanted to provide my students with visuals to help them answer this question.
My name is Lindsey from Word Nerd Speech Teach and I am so excited to be one of the newest collaborators here at Speechie Freebies! My first freebie as part of this amazing team is called, "High Flying Regular Plural Noun Kites (Ending in s, x, ch, sh, j)"! This activity includes 30 sentence cards. All of the singular nouns end in either s, x, ch, sh, or j and must be changed into plural nouns.