Tuesday, September 5, 2017

No Prep Multisyllabic Word Book


Hello and happy September! It's been awhile since I last popped in with a freebie. This one targets articulation/apraxia, specifically multisyllabic words. Plus, it's no prep - so what could be better?

This is what the books look like:


Head over to my blog to see more details and find out how to get your copy!



Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Rate of Speech Visual


This month, my freebie is a simple rate of speech visual. I have at least one student whose rate can increase, making it difficult to understand her. So I created the visual below. 
Slide the paperclip back and forth as the student's rate increases. It provides a visual reminder for your students to slow down, plus it's easy to send home a copy. 

Head over to my blog to get your copy! 



Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Better Hearing and Speech Month Trivia Game


Hi and welcome to Better Hearing and Speech Month! I decided to host a trivia game for staff at my school this year for a little fun. 

This is the poster I'm going to put outside my door:


I plan to change the question every day and pick winners either every day or every other day:

I think it'll be fun and it will provide some education about what we do! 

Head to my blog to get more details!


Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Hands Up for Homophones


It's April!! For me, spring break is tantalizing close. It's been a long winter of only one snow day and a couple 2 hour delays. I think the students and staff are more than ready for a little break. 

Today I'm bringing you a freebie that targets homophones. All worksheets are no prep, so what could be better than that?


There are three different types of worksheets included. You can get more details on my blog post. 




Head over to my blog to get more details!


Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Poppin' Final Consonants

Hello March! We're headed towards spring (even though where I live, we didn't have a real winter to speak of). Today, I have a fun NO PREP freebie that targets early developing final consonants. 


There are two pages. You will give one of each to your students. 


They can practice saying the words, coloring, cutting them out, and glueing them onto the popcorn container page. 


Head to my blog to grab your copy!



Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Valentine's Day Freebies: Silly Story Word Lists

Happy Valentine's Day!

If you like silly stories, I've got two freebies for you to use today.



Head over to my blog to check it out!   



Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Where is the Heart? Interactive Book

Hi everyone! This month, I'm bringing you a Valentine's Day themed freebie, since it's right around the corner. I needed a new activity to work on basic prepositions, so I decided to make this book:


It follows the same format as my other interactive books and the pages look like this:


Head to my blog to get more details!



Monday, January 9, 2017

Multiple Meaning Word KaBoom!

Hi everyone, it's Miss Thrifty SLP here with one of my new favorite games. While I haven't made very many materials lately, I thought that this one is just too good not to share for those of you with older students. I made this for my fifth grade groups as it's a pretty quick game that I can take into their classrooms. 

Multiple Meaning Word KaBoom!

If you haven't run across any teachers in your school using this, you are likely to start a new trend at your school. KaBoom is a great game that I saw teachers using in their centers. You can make a KaBoom game for pretty much anything you might need. The best part is that the game NEVER ends.

You can head on over to my blog to learn more about this activity. Simply click on the picture below!

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

P & B Race Cars

2017 has arrived! What does that mean? Getting used to writing 17 instead of 16 (it'll probably take me a good month to stop messing that up). And a new freebie from me to you! I have quite a few friends working on bilabials this year, and I wanted to create something engaging and fun for them. 

Enter P & B Race Cars! 


Laminate the road pieces and tape together to make one long road piece. You can affix Velcro to the cars and the road if you want or just have your students place the cars on the road. 

 There are 12 cars each for /p/ and /b/ initial and final words. Yellow cars are /b/ words and blue cars are /p/ words. 



Head to my blog to grab your copy!

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Mannequin Challenge


Hello and happy December! This month is usually pretty crazy, but I have a fun activity that I think you'll really like! It's time for the mannequin challenge!


Simply print the 3 pages of actions, cut out and put them in a container. Have your students pick one and pretend to freeze while doing the action while you take a short video. 


I also included a worksheet that you can use to discuss after you play the video back. More details are on my blog, so head there to read more!






Sunday, December 4, 2016

My Gingerbread Color Book

Hello again!  It's Lindsey over at Word Nerd Speech Teach bringing you my newest FREE product, "My Gingerbread Color Book {FREEBIE}"!


This versatile, no-prep product includes 10 half sheets that can be used to teach/reinforce colors, requesting, syntax, etc.


Simply print one set of books for each student.  Cut the pages in half on the dashed line, stack in numerical order, and staple together.  Then, read the sentences with your students and have them color the gingerbread men to match the sentences.  Students can work on syntax with the repetitive sentences, request various crayons to color the gingerbread men, etc.



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Saturday, November 19, 2016

Articulation in Conversation - Updated

Articulation in Conversation

Hello SPEECHIE FREEBIES fans! I’m Tracy over at GoldCountrySLP©. I’ve recently updated my Articulation in Conversation forms. Head over to my blog to read about what I have changed. I have an explanation about how to use my QUICK and EASY method for calculating articulation proficiency at the conversational level. This is what you need to use for PROGRESS MONITORING! There will also be a link to go and pick up these handy forms. If you don’t already have these, you will want to pick them up!



Sunday, November 6, 2016

Thanksgiving No-Prep, Just Fun! Articulation Game Freebie From Twin Speech

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Hello! This is Manda & Shanda from Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC. We are here this month to let you know about a freebie that we made for Thanksgiving.  It is a sampling of pages from our full No Prep-Just Fun! Turkey Talk Articulation Games Resource.  You can read more about it by clicking HERE

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1) An INITIAL /L/ TURKEY TALK SPIN, SAY & COLOR SPINNER GAME. Directions: Obtain a paper clip and pencil. Ask the student to place the pencil’s tip around the paper clip and to hold the pencil in the center of the circle. Next, the student should spin the paper clip and produce the word chosen by the spin with their best intelligibility. After saying the word, they should color the picture in. Student spins until all three pictures are colored in. Secondly, on this page are the two INITIAL /L/ SOUND IN WORDS ILLUSTRATED TIC-TAC-TOE GAME BOARDS. Directions: Everyone must have a partner to play tic-tac-toe. The first player decides to be X’s or O’s and marks a square. The second player then takes a turn and marks their square with the opposite letter. The first player to obtain three of their letters in a row, horizontally or diagonally, wins. Encourage clear verbal productions of each word while marking each square.

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2) A MEDIAL /S/ TRACE AND SAY GAME. Directions: students are asked to trace each line up to each picture and to say each medial /S/ word shown along the tracing line. Also on this page are two medial illustrated /S/ words tic-tac-toe boards.

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3) A /CH/ WORDS THANKSGIVING PIE SPINNER GAME. Directions: Obtain a paper clip and pencil. Ask the student to place the pencil’s tip around the paper clip and to hold the pencil in the center of the circle. Next, the student should spin the paper clip and produce the word chosen by the spin with their best intelligibility. After saying the word and finding one of the pies that has the illustrated word, student can color the piece of pie. Student spins until he or she is able to find, say and color in two pictures of each word. 

Have fun with this freebie everyone and have a happy and healthy holiday! We are thankful for so many things this coming Thanksgiving, and one of the biggest things is the support that we receive from so many of our TpT followers. Thank you so much for all of your comments, purchases and encouragement! You are the reason why we continue to make these holiday themed packets and why we feel so thankful for the chance to help out so many fellow speech-language pathologists and teachers!

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

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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Expand-A-Sentence

Hello and Happy November! It feels like October flew by. 

I'm bringing you a no prep freebie that will help your students expand their sentences by including adjectives. 



Included are 5 no prep worksheets. There is an example at the top for your students. They are given three short sentences and have to add two adjectives to expand the sentence. Very simple!


Head to my blog to grab your copy!



Thursday, October 20, 2016

Trick or TREAT!

Hi,


I’m Tracy from GoldCountrySLP with a Halloween treat for you – no tricks – and NO PREP! This is black-ink only. Print and use it NOW. Click below and head over to my blog to grab this FREEBIE!



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