Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Spring into Category Fun FREEBIE!!

HAPPY SPRING!  It's Lindsey over at Word Nerd Speech Teach bringing you my newest FREE product called, "Spring into Category Fun FREEBIE"!!

This product includes four category worksheets.  Students must add three items to each given group in order to complete the worksheet.

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

And be sure to stay connected with me...
WordNerdSpeechTeach on TeachersPayTeachers
WordNerdSpeechTeach on Facebook
WordNerdSpeechTeach on Instagram
WordNerdSpeechTeach on Twitter


Monday, March 28, 2016

Walk the Line - A No Prep Activity for Following Directions & Concepts

Interested in a simple idea to help parents target following directions and concepts? Look no further. I was in a therapy rut with a student when I thought of putting some duct tape on the floor. He loved it, my groups later loved it, and 3 weeks later the line is still there. Sometimes simple is best, right?

If you're interested in learning more about this simple idea, and in the FREE parent carryover sheet with concepts, as well as 1 & 2 step directions for this simple and fun activity, click here! See a picture of the form below:

If you're really into planning ahead, this would make a great, easy activity for summer homework packets! :) 

{thanks for reading}

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Easter Barrier Game

Today may be St. Pat’s Day, but next week is….EASTER!

Get ready with my quick-prep, open-ended FREEBIE made just for you and your students!

Click the picture below to head over to my blog to read about it and pick up your freebie!

Hoppy, er, Happy Easter!

Thursday, March 10, 2016

The Best of SLP Bloggers

Are you a bit overwhelmed by the amount of SLP info out there?  Wondering how you can connect with voices that speak to you and find the topics that you need?  This winter over 70 SLP bloggers came together to create the compilation.  You'll love it!

Each blogger contributed a page featuring a sample of their writing and a link to their blog.

The vast majority of SLP blogs focus on pediatric populations (preschool-high school), provide treatment activities and address speech sound disorders and language needs.  But they also filled out a questionnaire which allowed us to create lists of specific topics/ages to make it easier to access the additional info that you really need.  Indexes are listed in the back of the book and contain clickable links.  Examples include:  fluency, autism, literacy, ESL, hearing impairment, adult populations and research.

To pick up your copy, click here.

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Let's learn about conversations

Now that I am finally getting to start Superflex Takes on Rock Brain & the Unthinkables, I am also dusting off one of my favorite creations from the past, Conversation Junction. Why? I think it correlates pretty well with several of the Unthinkables and the continuation of expected vs. unexpected behaviors. I'm starting with what's expected and then we will work on more scenarios, videos, and role-plays of conversation skills. They will have their book to help them remember the expected behaviors through all of these activities. While this activity is more geared towards upper elementary, it can be modified for first and second grades if needed. 

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

Pot O' Synonyms

March has arrived! This month, I'm changing it up a bit and focusing on synonyms with a St. Patrick's Day themed freebie. Each pot of gold has three corresponding "coin" synonyms. 

Head to my blog to get your copy!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...