This is the third post in a series on “Teaching Children Sign Language” about how I have taught my own children and students some sign. To read the first post, go here. (Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon affiliate links.) Preschoolers are a age of exploration and learning. They pick up vocabulary like little language machines and are getting more
I have a confession to make. I really don’t like articulation therapy. Whenever possible, I try to pawn it off onto my SLP-A or student intern. Why do I hate it? Let me count the ways… 1. Boring. Drill and kill may be an effective way to learn motor muscle memory, but (at least from the SLP’s perspective) it is
My March Lesson Plans are ready just in time for the big TpT sale on Thursday and Friday! Click here to download these for free! Some of the activities on these lesson plans are free activities, others are paid products (by myself or other colleagues). So that you can best take advantage of the upcoming sale, I am listing all of
Since I am going to be posting my free lesson plans this weekend, I figured that I should hurry up and tell you about one new freebie that I recently created that I will be using with all of my language groups! It includes THREE St Patrick’s Day themed language worksheets: Level 1 (preK-1st): 4 Lucky Things In each leaf,
This is the second post in a series on “Teaching Children Sign Language” about how I have taught my own children and students some sign. To read the first post, go here. (Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon affiliate links.) Teaching toddlers sign language is probably my favorite stage because there is such an EXPLOSION of language at this age!
This is the first post in a series on “Teaching Children Sign Language” about how I have taught my own children and students some sign. (Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon affiliate links.) Here is a brief summary of my history and love of American Sign Language: When I was in second grade, I taught myself how to sign the alphabet.
Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon affiliate links. This is me over the last 5 days: Why? Because the Snowpocalypse finally hit my region. After 2 years of no snow days, we have now had 2, plus a weekend, plus a sick day for me. I am going CRAZY!!!! I did slide out of the house a few times to get
My obsession with file cards ebbs and flows depending on how many I have stacked in my desk drawer. At the moment, I have only a few, so I am using post-it notes more often. But I do have a love of those little 3×5 cards as well. When Miss Speechie announced her linky party for how we all use
And the final FREEBIE of the birthday bash! A super award for all of you, my readers! (Oh, and for any of your students that you think deserve some recognition!). Click on the image to download. Don’t forget that all winners for the giveaways will be announced 2/4/14! Make sure to check out all of my birthday posts! Day 1:
Today I’m giving away SIX Articulation Products from some of the best bloggers ever! Articulation Carry Over Activities by Lauren LaCour Where is my sound? For /k/ and /g/ by KristinM12 On the Right Track! by Carrie Manchester Superhero Articulation Cards for Speech Therapy (Later Developing Sounds) by Jenn Alcorn S-U-P-E-R: The Later Sounds Edition by Let’s Talk Speech Therapy