Hello again! It's Lindsey over at Word Nerd Speech Teach bringing you my newest FREE product called, "Cut and Glue Articulation Sampler for Fall"!
This product is a selection of a larger activity, "Cut and Glue Articulation for Fall". This product includes pages for /p/, /b/, /t/, and /d/ in the initial and final positions of words.
Simply have your students color and cut out the apple pictures on the left side of the page. Then, they can glue the apples on and around the tree! (Students can even take their picture home for additional practice!)
While I still have a little less than a month left of summer vacation, I know some of you return to work in July or early August. I decided to create a simple "first day" of speech poster, much like the ones you see kids posing with on social media.
They are black and white and there are two different styles included!
Hello again! It's Lindsey over at Word Nerd Speech Teach bringing you my newest FREE product called, "My Community Helpers Book: Emergent Reader Freebie"!!
This resource includes 10 half sheets that each include a community helper. Students can dot or color every picture! Then, just cut the pages apart, stack them, and staple them together to create a small book!
Hi! It's Laura from All Y'all Need! I've gotten caught up in the lightbox craze, especially with my school's theme being Rock Stars next year! I made this freebie sign, and I hope you can use it. Just download, print, trim, and insert! Click on the picture or go to All Y'all Need on TpT. Read more at our blog.
Summer is finally here! I'm so excited for the much needed break. This past school year has been one of the biggest challenges thus far in my career. I moved, got married, started a new job, and got three puppies all in one fell swoop. Yet, I managed to survive all of these changes and learned that I'm able to cope better than I thought I could.
Looking back on the school year made me want to make a product with yellow jackets. It's the school mascot of the elementary school. I'm thankful for all the things I learned this year and what better way to say "thank you." So Buzzing with Analogies was born.....
This activity is a simple set of cards for analogy practice. Your students simply fill in the missing word.
You can head on over to my blog to learn more about this activity. Simply click on the picture below!
June! I know some of you are already out of school, but I go until almost the end of June. It can be a crazy month of tying up lose ends, packing up materials, organizing for the coming year, etc. I intend to use this packet a lot in order to keep me sane.
Hi, I'm Tracy from GoldCountrySLP. Do you need something quick and easy to use during the last few weeks of school? Click below and head over to my blog for a FREEBIE - featuring our favorite sound. Yep, you guessed it! RRRRRR!
Wishing you a wonderful last few weeks (and yes, you will get it all done!).
I'm not quite sure why, but for some reason I always seem to end up getting several new girls on my caseload at the end of every year. The Peacock Princess activity is a mixture of several different targets that adds much needed variety to all of the more masculine-themed products. It includes alphabet matching (upper & lower case letters with diagraphs included)/phonemic awareness if you chose to print out more than one set of the letters; past & present tense verb agreement; pronouns with a sorting mat; naming; and a few cards for articulation review.
I love that this is still one of my go-to materials even though I created it several years ago. You can head on over to my blog to learn more about this activity. Simply click on the picture below!
If you're like me, 2 weeks of state standardized testing has me longing for the outdoors! We've been doing a unit on Imagination, and I'm anxiously waiting Wednesday, when we're free to resume our regular schedules and make some noise! I made a quick freebie to go along with this unit that's super quick and easy! The students simply use their imaginations to add to the shapes and create pictures! We then share and discuss how sometimes people see things differently!
Click on the link below to head over to my blog to snag this freebie, and read more about what we're doing this week and how I incorporate this freebie into speech!
These sweet little lambs are ready to help your kiddos practice antonyms with an adorable and EASY craft!
First, I have my students say the opposite pair (or I may be modelling at this point) and daub the picture. Next, I have them go through the pairs one more time, adding a cotton ball to create a wooly lamb effect. (Tip: Cut cotton balls in half to provide a flat sticking surface. Use double stick tape if drying time is an issue in your room or glue stick.)
Use these lambs with farm themes, Sheep on a Jeep or during the spring!