and I’m happy to link up with Jenna over at Speech Room News for her “What’s in
My Cart?” linky
party. The purpose of this link up is to feature a few items from my store that I think would be helpful to you as we begin the school year. I have a few other recommendations for you, too.
you need to check out.
have children who need who are unintelligible? The cycles approach is THE way
to go! Implementation can be confusing, so I have condensed and clarified
instructions that will have you up and running in no time. To go with the instructions, I have NO PREP
materials. Yes, you could gather your own, but I got tired of doing that and
decided to make my own, coordinated activities.
Click below to check it out.
do we make all of this stuff? Because we get TIRED of what we have and that
brings me to my next item. Artic Pix!!!
These are bright, clear photos of words that are CAREFULLY chosen by me,
a veteran SLP. Sounds include R, S and L in all position of words. The medial
sounds are intervocalic—not tied to vowels. Go and check them out. Great for
therapy and progress monitoring.
Just amazing pictures! Now I want them for all the sounds!!!” Yes, I’m working on it!
my career in 1984. Many language goals can be targeted using books and here is
a favorite – Corduroy, by Don Freeman. I
have made companion activities including
word definition cards,
Story Sequencing cards,
Connector Word cards that coordinate with the sequencing cards,
Comprehension Question cards,
Social Skill/Pragmatic Questions & Scenarios,
Story Props for retelling the story,
generic game board,
Yes/no questions with icons designed to enable a point-to response,
story maps designed for different levels of function,
activities targeting pronouns + has/have.
skills, which is especially great in mixed language group therapy. Click the image below to check it out:
a planner? Here is a gorgeous one from Speech-Language Pirates. Wait, I used
the singular verb form—I should have made that plural. There are FIVE versions
of the planner and each is very reasonably priced. I’m picturing my favorite
version, because, um, it’s PURPLE!
of Small Talk SLP, makes a great line of products titled “Find it on the
Go.” What I love about these materials
is that they are open-ended and can be used to target a wide variety of
language structures. I highly recommend you check out her Find it on the Go for
of speech. What to do? Here is a set of materials to help you out from Twin
Speech and Language. The twins usually
make comprehensive sets and this packet is no exception! There are colorful
graphics as well as many pages done in
black ink only. Targets include VC, CV, CVC and CVCV words.
Go and check it out!