Sunday, October 4, 2015

SLP Data Sheet

At the beginning of every school year, I make a "Data Collection" binder to stay organized and make progress monitoring and data collection easy throughout the year. This year, I made a new data sheet based on what I liked and didn't like about previous ones I've used.
To learn a ton about how I stay organized, take data, manage my caseload, and store some of my activities, click here to read my SLP FAQ Organization post!

Thanks for reading and happy organizing!

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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

{FREEBIE} Comparative and Superlative Candy Corn Books

I hope that you're all enjoying fall!  From apple picking to pumpkin carving to trick-or-treating, I love it all!  And I'm excited to share a new fall/Halloween themed freebie with you!  Introducing, "Comparative and Superlative Candy Corn Books"!

This freebie includes 11 interactive comparative and superlative candy corn half pages!

Once students complete the sentences, they can color the candy corn!

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Editable Binder Labels

Is anyone else still trying to organize their space?  I had created some set binder labels last year-now I've made them editable!

Speech2u binder labels

Head on over to my blog to pick up some labels I've already created-or you can download the template to create your own.  

Monday, September 28, 2015

Word Associations Game for Dominoes

Work on building vocabulary with this fun dominoe word associations game that I created! Just print, laminate and cut out.  Play like the traditional dominoes rules. 

There are two sets containing a different group of themes.
Set #1 contains word associations for the beach, movies, baseball, outer space, Fall/Autumn, camping and a birthday party.
Set #2 contains word associations for winter, Halloween, school, farm, garden, circus, and pirates.

Come head over to my BLOG to get more info about how I use this in therapy!!

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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Noun Verb Agreement Freebie!

Are you struggling to find resources and activities to address noun-verb agreement?  Check out this freebie!

Monday, September 21, 2015

Fall-Themed Fry Sight Words

Hey Peeps!

I'm totally mind blown that we're over half-way through September. Time is seriously sprinting!

I've noticed that several of my new little lovies at school need some work with sight words. We were all getting tired of the same boring flash cards, so I made a quick set of sight word flashcards with fall-themed clip art. It's amazing the difference it has made! You can head over to my blog to download it free below!

Happy Fall, Friends!

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Generic Homework Form!

How do you hold students and families accountable for speech homework? How can you produce a homework sheet that meets a student's individual needs quickly and easily? I got tired of scrambling to find a homework form that met these criteria, so I made my own.  I'm offering this form as part of the Speechie Freebies Collaborator group. You can click on the form below to hop on over to my blog where you will be able to download it.

Hope this makes your life easier!!

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Word & Sentence Level Articulation Screener FREEBIE

Hello Speechie Freebie readers! This month's Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC freebie document is a terrific articulation screener to be used for data collection at the start of the school year, or anytime in which you would like to do a quick screening for a student during the year.

What you will get with the download is our two page quick print articulation screener. It screens 52 sounds at the word and sentence levels! Yes, sentence level too! :) Enjoy the freebie and click HERE or on the picture below to go grab it in its entirety today from Teachers pay Teachers. Wishing you all quick, useful and productive articulation screening times with your students this up-incoming therapy year!

Manda & Shanda, SLPs
Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC

Monday, September 14, 2015

Which Gnome?

This school year, I feel like I am going back to the basics that I used during my CFY. I'm learning the needs of some 45 students (for now) and facing new challenges. Simple activities are high on my radar. I want something quick so that I have a variety of materials to hold their attention. Sometimes it is easier said than done to find these....but I think my latest creation hits the nail on the head. 

Which Gnome? is a quick game to practice pronouns and speaking in simple sentences. The first part of the activity consists of simple drilling cards. Students can point to the correct gnome or say the appropriate pronoun after you present the sentence.

To learn more about this activity, click on the image below.

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Statistics for the Layperson

Do you look at all the numbers/calculations on assessments and reports and wonder what they really represent?

Imagine how daunting it is for caregivers.  No wonder they leap to the age equivalency scores (and panic) or percentile ranks where they shudder if they see a 47%--to them a failing grade!

Grab this handout which gives simple, consice descriptions of testing scores to attach it to the back of your reports.  There's even a bell curve to give them a visual!

Click here for your copy.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Super Goals

Looking for a simple freebie that you can use with both individuals and groups? This worksheet can be used once a year, month, or week! Just think about your goals and get them onto paper. Your students will feel super when they know what they are working towards!

Click here to get your free goals sheet!

Expressive Language Picture Prompts

It's September and that means back to school! This month, I've put together a freebie with real life pictures and language prompts to help your students expand their expressive language skills. I hope you're enjoying the beginning of the school year!

Head to my blog to see more details!

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Superhero All About Me

This is the perfect freebie for the new school year! Get to know your “super” speech buddies, and help them to get to know one another with this “All About Me” activity.

In this freebie you will receive a single black & white “All About Me” worksheet with a cool superhero theme. Check it out here! 

Have your students fill this out at the beginning of the year, then again at the year’s end to demonstrate how much they have grown and developed. I promise they will be absolutely delighted!

The full paid product includes three levels of this fun activity to differentiate for your students according to ability. Each is represented in a boy & girl version (6 total!) to cover all of the students in your caseload.

If you like this freebie, you should check out some of my other superhero products featuring the same bright colors & characters!  Be inspired by how excited students get pretending to be “super” with crafts, activities, and even printable superhero classroom d├ęcor! 

Find it all in my TpT Store.

I hope you enjoy!

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Back to School Verbs

Let's talk about verbs for a bit.  Verbs are one of my favorite vocabulary items to teach early communicators.  One reason is that verbs can be fun-you can jump, crash, run, spin, burp, sigh, cry or even put things in weird places (like your head).

Come check out some of my tips for teaching verbs and pick up my freebie "Back to School Verbs!"

Monday, August 31, 2015

Back To School: All About My Summer

I don't know about you but the beginning of the year is always so hectic trying to figure out which students are on my caseload, my therapy schedule, IEPs & evaluations due right away, and complete trainings. I know I can't wait to get started with therapy and hear about my kiddos' summers! My students always love sharing what they did over the summer so I created this freebie as an interactive way for them to do so.

I hope you all have an AMAZING school year!

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