Monday, June 30, 2014

Patriotic Plurals!

As the Fourth of July quickly approaches, I wanted to share again a freebie that can be found on my blog!  Have a great holiday weekend!  You can learn more about it and access it by clicking HERE!

Friday, June 20, 2014

Friday FreeBEES

Welcome back to another Friday FreeBEES link up! We're back! If it's your first time here, welcome! We're happy to have you! Remember, you can link up via your blog post or a note on Facebook! Remember the rules before you link-up:

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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Roll A Story!

I love working on story telling goals with my students!  I came up with this activity, which will also work great for back to school, that will help you work on expressive language skills, articulation, fluency, and voice.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

To-Do List Stickers

Need some motivation to get those lists done plus make your planner or binder look super cute?  Hopefully, these little to-do list stickers will do the trick.  I made them to be printed on 2x4 inch labels or full-sheet sticker paper.  Check em out!

Find out how to grab them at my blog post here!

Happy planning!

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Rev It Up With These Free Upper and Lowercase Letter Jigsaw Puzzle Cards- Monster Trucks

Hello! Shanda and I are so glad to be back this month with another freebie for the readers of Speechie Freebies! This freebie document contains both colorful and black and white upper and lowercase letter jigsaw puzzle matching cards. They are a fun and useful set of letter cards to have in order to practice letter and object coloring while identifying upper and lowercase letters, and especially for kinesthetic learners that benefit from moving and touching while working on learning new things. In addition, the letters are great to have because other things can be worked on while the child cuts or colors.  For instance, a teacher or therapist could ask, "What color is that card?" (concept) or "What sound does that letter make?" (phonics) or "Lets say truck." (final K sound is a common articulation goal).

We hope you enjoy this freebie and encourage you to check out our new kindergarten readiness packet that contains more cool monster truck themed worksheets. It was designed to see if your child or student is ready for kindergarten and this is initially assessed via the kindergarten readiness screener that is at the start of the document. The later part of the document contains over 150 useful worksheets that work on a wide range of kindergarten readiness skills such as: letter identification, cutting, number identification, counting, prepositions, pronouns, concepts (colors and shapes), phonics and more!

Go over to Twin Sisters Speech & Language Therapy LLC blog to get your link for the links to our reeeeved up freebie and our new kindergarten readiness packet! 

Have a great day!
Manda & Shanda, SLPs
Twin Sisters Speech & Language Therapy LLC

Monday, June 16, 2014

Bubble Categories

Hey Everyone!

Time for my monthly (or so) check-in. ;)  Boy have I been busy , but I wanted to share another activity for those of you who are still in school or working summer school!  I've noticed that my students this year have really struggled with categories - especially naming a category when given members of the category. So, I developed this activity.

My kids love bubbles and I've been using actual bubbles as a reinforcement for this activity.  You can read more about this activity on my blog! :)

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Summer Superlatives and Comparatives

I used my own Christmas Comparatives FREEBIE enough that I knew a warm weather edition was called for!  This set of thirty cards (10 sets of three) will have your students sorting summer adjectives from least to most using -er and -est endings.  Enjoy your summer!

Pick up your FREEBIE here!

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Summer Good vs. Bad Behavior Sort!

Are you looking for social skills activities with a summer theme?!  Check out this oldie from my blog!!  Click HERE!!

My Super Year in Speech!

I know many people are done with school... but for those of you who have to tough out a few extra weeks due to excessive snow this year, I have a great end of the year activity!

My Super Year in Speech! This can be used for kids to write OR draw what they did in speech this year and what they need to practice over the summer. Plus, it's super cute!

Get information on how to download this freebie here.

Monday, June 9, 2014

Basic Concept Sort

Hey everyone, it's Miss Thrifty SLP! To celebrate the last week of school, I thought I would go back to some language basics with a sorting activity. Figurines, the Expanding Expression Tool (if you have it), and these new sorting mats are all it took to make a fun end of the year review. 

One of the biggest things that made this activity different from our beginning of the year sessions, was the Spanish that I added into the mix. Each of the sorting mats has the Spanish word or words that they might use at home when talking to their parents.

If you want to find out more about these sorting mats and grab a copy for yourself, click on the button below.

Reading Comprehension Short Stories-Level 1

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This packet includes 2 reading comprehension short stories at what I like to label "Level 1", which means that it consists of 50-100 words, uses short simple sentences and repetitive words.  Also included in this packet is a place for students to illustrate the story they just read in order create a visual understanding of the story, followed by a page of comprehension questions.  Most questions are concrete in nature however there is at least one inferencing question that requires minimal reasoning skills to answer.

Friday, June 6, 2014

Find & Fix Task Cards

Hello, June! School is still in session for me. I find myself needing more grab and go materials this time of year because of all the testing, special events, and just general chaos going on. I created some task cards that can quickly be used during any session - all year round!

Put on your sunglasses and head over to my blog to download your copy!  

Here's to summer vacation being just around the corner (or already here for some of you lucky ducks)! :)

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Summer Time Describing Organizer

Now that summer is in full swing, it means bringing some summer fun into the speech room.  This is a freebie to help work some summertime cheer into your speech sessions. There are 4 summer themed describing organizers and one blank one for your students to fill in with their favorite summer time item or activity. 

You can check out the full post and download the freebie HERE.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Summer Zoo Visit Freebie

This is a quick and easy resource to help parents quide language stimulation in a fun environment. The idea is to bring this simple worksheet along with you to the Zoo so the children/child can complete the language tasks as they enjoy their fun outing! 

Grab the freebie by pressing on the picture below! 

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