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Pirate Day FREEBIE!
Ahoy Mateys! Today some us are linking up to bring you some fun speech/language therapy ideas for Pirate Day, which happens September 19th.
Since it happens on a Monday, I’m going
to call it Pirate WEEK in my speech room. One of the many items we will be
having fun with in speech will be my FREEBIE Pirate Game Board for the TH
sound. Click on the image below to go and grab this freebie!
Easy craft idea: Use a paper towel cardboard insert to make a spyglass. Kids can decorate it with construction paper, markers, stickers, etc. Or you can keep it very simple and not decorate it at all. See how many artic cards they they can spy and say using their scopes, especially those RRRR sounds!
If you are looking for more pirate activities, take a look in my store. I have several, including an eBook that I wrote with companion activities!
Want to smile? Watch this! Not only does she hear others, she's also hearing herself, too! :)
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Here is an excellent post by my friend Mary over at Old School Speech. She discusses taking cumulative data and using that data to determine mastery. Go and check it out!It's been a while, but I've done it! New blog post!!! Is 80% accuracy over 2 or 3 consecutive data collection sessions enough for our language impaired students? Find out what I'm doing before I declare a skill mastered in this new blog post. www.oldschoolspeech.com/2019/02/how-to-determine-if-your-students-truly.html... See MoreSee Less