Monday, August 31, 2015

Back To School Grammar Challenge Cards FREE Lesson

A couple of years ago, a group of us SLP bloggers did a fun back to school blog hop!  I created these fun back to school grammar challenge cards as a FREEBIE activity.  I still use these with my students!

Back To School Grammar free blog post 

These are fun to use with your upper elementary students to see how well they can create compound and complex sentences.  Each card has a picture and a "challenge" to write about the picture on the card.  A recording sheet is included.  You could totally do a pre-test, teach the concepts and then post-test them with these cards!!


Friday, August 28, 2015

Thank You Cards from SLPs

Scheduling is tough. Make it a little easier with Thank You Cards from SLPs by All Y'all Need.
Thank You Cards from SLPs by All Y'all Need
Just print, cut apart, and attach candy with double-sided tape. Easy peasy and teachers love it!

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Back to School FREEBIE!

Hi, I'm Tracy from GoldCountrySLP and guess what....this is the start of my 32nd year as an SLP!!  Yep, you read that correctly....32nd year!!! Oh my!! I needed something to get my year off to a good start, so I made these articulation worksheets.  Go and check out the freebie version!!

Head on over to my blog to read more about it and grab your FREEBIE!!!!!

Wishing you a fabulous school year!!!

{FREEBIE} Back to School WH-Questions

I hope you've all had a wonderful and relaxing summer!!  Since this is "back to school" time for many of us, I've created a freebie to hopefully make the transition a little bit easier!

"Back to School WH-Questions" includes: 

12 "who" question cards, 

12 "where" question cards,  

and 12 "what" question cards!

All of the questions have a school theme!  You can hop on over to my blog to grab this FREEBIE!

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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Skill-Based Therapy Planning Guide

Are you a new SLP working with older students?  Are you struggling to figure out a way to target a wide variety of skills with your mixed groups?  

Check out my reference guide that can help make planning a bit easier!  Hop on over to my blog to learn more about it and to grab it for yourself for free -- click HERE!

The Role Of School Based Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs)- FREE DOWNLOAD!


Five Tips For Teachers From School Based Speech-Language Pathologist (SLPs) 

Hello! Today we are providing a document for teachers that was developed just for them! It contains 5 tips that would be helpful for them to know as they begin school and start a relationship with their school based speech-language pathologists (more informally called speech therapists.) 

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We have provided handouts on common goal areas targeted in school based speech therapy services, have given reference to a great screening tool that could be printed out and used for identifying potential school speech students, and have even developed an easy to read sound acquisition chart. 


This handout would be helpful for a teacher to read in order to gain a better understanding of what Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) in schools do.  It would also be helpful for SLPs to read and to download for reference pages that could be used for caregiver and teacher education throughout the year. You can find this document in its entirety and for FREE over at our Teachers pay Teachers, Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC Shop. Click HERE.  We hope you enjoy the 5 helpful tips and find them useful! 

Have a wonderful school year!

Manda & Shanda 
Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC

Come visit us over at our blog! We always have fun reviews and giveaways going on and we work hard to provide useful information on the subjects of speech, language and literacy for everyone! Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC Blog  


Monday, August 17, 2015

Back to School with Student Folders

Hi Friends!

Do you use Student Folders in your speech rooms? A few years ago, I made a few updated sheets for my speech folders that have worked great! They keep my organized, keep the students on target, and keep the administrators happy!

You can head over to my blog to see other examples and download a copy! Have an awesome school year!

Thursday, August 13, 2015

What I Did/Didn't Do On My Vacation

 Let's have a little fun with the traditional "what I did on my summer vacation" projects and target additional goals in the process!

Have your students create three postcards.  Two will contain a sentence or two about something they really did and one will be something they didn't do.  The postcards are then cut out and illustrated on the back.

Time to share!  Present to the class or allow students to walk desk to desk to read the choices.  For added fun, provide a dauber to "stamp" the one they think is a fake!

This is a great activity to teach exclusion and also address fiction/non-fiction especially for our students who may have more difficulty separating the two.

To pick up your copy, click here.

Enjoy the last of summer!

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Freebie Back to School Attendance Calendar!

It's back to school time for me and most likely all of you as well. 
I am posting a quick freebie because I just went back to school today! 

I use this attendance calendar every year and I thought I would offer it to you for free!  I honestly had a hard time keeping up with keeping track before we had an online system. So my students come into their session and automatically know to grab a marker and circle the date. It is a way to validate my medical billing as well Just in case I miss a day, I can double check their attendance with mine.

It also really helps them learn the days of the week! Enjoy and have a great school year! 

Monday, August 10, 2015

Sweet as Candy

Hey everyone! It's Miss Thrifty SLP with a sweet new syntax activity that your students are sure to love. After all, who can resist candy? I know that I certainly can't. 

Word Collector is designed to be used in several ways to target syntax goals. At the beginning of the new school year, it makes a really fun parts of speech sorting game. You can reuse it later to practice sentence formulation. 

If you want to learn more about this activity and grab your free copy, head on over to my blog by clicking on the picture below.

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Email Templates for Teachers

Ready or not, back to school is coming or is already here for some of you. This month, I decided to create some email templates for teachers that you can just copy and paste! I'm hoping it will save you lots of time and energy, which is always my goal when creating things. Head over to my blog to see more details and grab your copy! Just a note: this is a word document, so you can add in your information and easily copy and paste.

Here's to another great school year!

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Back to School Behavior Board Game

When school starts, sometimes our kids need a refresher, or in some cases and introduction, on what is 'okay' for school and what is not.  I just revamped this freebie for the new school year to cover this tricky topic. 

You can check it out HERE.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Outdoor Games for Speech Therapy-Freebie

Hope your summer is going well!  We've been blessed with sunny skies this summer and I've enjoyed spending time with my little guy at the beach and parks.

If you work during the summer, and have groups-you may want to check out my freebie for outdoor games for group therapy.

It contains the directions for two group games-and some cards for your students who need help generating ideas.  Check it out HERE.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Camping-themed Writing FREEBIE

Hello! This is Manda and Shanda from Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC and we are happy to be posting another freebie for all of you today. 
This fun freebie has a s'more theme and it would be fun to use during a camping-themed unit or anytime during the year when you would like to enjoy the clip art that reminds you and your students about yummy marshmallows, sweet graham crackers and delicious chocolate. Mmmm Mmmmm!
Just print and cut out the s'more ingredients and the fun will begin!  Your students will get the chance to work on identifying letters and words and will also get the chance to write the full 4 letter word formed or the complete sentence.  Just choose which level is the best for the student that you are working with.

This freebie comes both in black ink only and a colored ink version.

We hope you like it!

Happy s'more making.

Come visit us over at Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC 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 app and document reviews, and even trying to hold fun giveaways to benefit you!

Manda & Shanda
Speech-Language Pathologists
Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC Blog

Monday, July 27, 2015

Listening & Reading Comprehension Task Cards- All About Honeybees

  Listening & reading comprehension task cards are always resources that I need for my language students.  Try out my all about honeybee listening & reading comprehension task cards with your students!

What I love about them is that they target non-fiction text (common core standard), identifying key details and answering comprehension questions.  The best part is that the QR code links to a REAL PHOTO of a honeybee.  Super cool!

I just laminate and use with a dry erase marker, so I can use it over and over again!  Once you prep them, they are easily grab n' go!

 What resources do you like to use with your language students?

Grab my All About Honeybees Task Cards FREE BONUS LESSON over on my blog!

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