Monday, January 25, 2016

Valentine Monsters Verb Pack {FREEBIE}

Happy (almost) Valentine's Day!!  I'm excited to share my newest freebie with you today, which targets a grammar skill that many of my students are working on right now!

"Valentine Monsters Verb Pack {FREEBIE}" includes 30 sentence cards!

All of the underlined verbs end in "s, x, z, ch, or sh" and must be fixed so that the sentences make sense!

Head on over to my blog to check out this activity!

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Sunday, January 24, 2016

Cute Cupcake Categories FREEBIE



Hi!  This is Manda & Shanda from Twin Speech.  We are happy to be back at Speechie Freebies this month! One of our favorite holidays is just around the corner - Valentine's Day! We want to spread the love a bit and give away a freebie to our followers and friends.  If you head over to our Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC Teachers pay Teachers store, you can download it right away.  

Our little Valentine treat for you is called, "Cute Cupcake Categories." It works on the skills of divergent and convergent category naming and we hope it is a sweet way for you help improve the language area of categorization with your students.

This freebie is a sample of a larger resource of ours that also works on the skills of categorization with students from the pre-k level to third grade. The packet is filled with a large number of fun and interactive games, activities , worksheets and also contains both fun colored pages and ink-saving black and white sheets. Just pick and choose your activity and have a super fun time improving categorization skills in your students now and all of the way through the month of February!

Have a super sweet Valentine's Day everyone.


Shanda and Manda, SLPs

Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC

Valentine's Day Cute Cupcake Categories: Divergent & Conve

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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Valentine Friends Awesome Artic

Are ready for Valentine's Day? I'm Tracy from GoldCountrySLP and I have a great FREEBIE for you. It's a NO PREP, block ink only set of articulation worksheets. I've done all the work for you by typing in 20 words per page. 

Click the image below to head over to my blog. You won't be sorry!

Wishing you a Happy Valentine's Day!

Teaching Body Parts with Bubbles!

Hi! It's Laura from All Y'all Need! Today, I have a fun freebie for you - Bubbles, Bubbles Everywhere! Learning About Body Parts.
It's easy set-up, uses a choice board - and it's super fun! Enjoy!

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Following Complex Directions - Winter

Happy New Year!  I'm Tracy from GoldCountrySLP, with a fabulous freebie for you! Do you have students who need to work on following complex directions? This product is meant for those who need help comprehending temporal, conditional and ordinal directions and as well as directions containing multiple modifiers. Head over to my blog to download the freebie. 

Hope you find this as useful as I do! 

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Winter Language Freebie

Winter weather is finally heading to NY!  I'm pulling out all of my cold weather activities,a nd thought I would share this one with all of you!  Click on the picture or click here to grab it!

It is all in black and white, and low prep, so it's easy to print and go!  Enjoy!  Check out my blog for more information!  

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Big/Small Snowman Sort

Looking for a cute file folder activity that you can use for categories or describing? Check out "Big/Small Snowman Sort"!

I've been using this with both verbal and non-verbal students with great success! File folder activities have the additional benefit of being used with one student when you are concentrating on speech/sound production with antoher student. Double win!

Go to my blog post here to see how to get your free copy!

Monday, January 11, 2016

Seeing Hearts

As the weather turns colder (and snow finally decides to hit), I am looking towards the end of winter. I think this time of the year is hard in a way that can come as a surprise. IEPs are manageable and the assessment frenzy is still a little bit off in the distance. It's just the thinking process that starts now. The knowing that in a few months I will be sending students off to middle school or elementary school with goals that someone else has to use. Will they understand why I did things the way I did? Or will they think that my goals are terrible? I know that I was certainly guilty of not liking the way things were written by one of the SLPs who left my school last year. 

It brings me back to my social skills groups. Thinking about how other people perceive you is hard. Yet, we have to do it all the time. So why not get a head start on one of the trickiest holidays of all?

Take Heart! is a simple social skills activity to identify which action is an expected/unexpected behavior. When they pull out an unexpected behavior, students can use their predicting skills to come up with possible outcomes. They can also tell you a way to fix the unexpected behavior.

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

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Ten For January

Happy New Year, friends! This month, I'm bringing you another "Ten" packet! These worksheets have been a lifesaver for me, so I'm hoping they are for you as well!

These are the skills included this month:

Head over to my blog to grab your copy!

Sunday, January 3, 2016

New Year's Summarizing Card Game!

Looking for a fun card game to use the first week back after holiday break?!  Hop on over to my blog to learn how you can grab this game for FREE!
Happy New Year from Speech Time Fun!

Friday, January 1, 2016

New Year's Resolutions

Welcome, 2016!  I hope everyone is enjoying their break as much as I am!

I often go into time off with the best intentions of getting ahead with therapy plans and prep, but too often those plans are (happily) waylaid by family time and holiday treats.  I'm hoping this happens to you too!

So, here's a print and go activity you can use during those first days back which will allow you to put off planning guilt free.  Help students understand what a resolution is and create a couple for several different settings--home, speech or school, with family and friends and just for themselves.

It was designed in color, but prints almost as cute in black and white.  For your copy, click here.

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