The Speech Club solution to articulation therapy!

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Have you ever had a 12 year old who has been working on /r/ in sentences and carry-over for years? Have you ever had a 10 year old who says that speech games are “boring”? Have you ever been referred a 13 year old for an initial evaluation for articulation? Have you ever been promised by your 11 year old

Binders and Planner Organization


My goal for the last 14 years has been to be an organized SLP. I am getting there. Slowly. One binder and bow at a time! Here are my updated Super Planners for this year (color, black/white). My planner is already in a binder and ready to go for the fall. I will use it for all my to-do lists

It’s Always Fun in Speech!

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Or is it? It started with a conversation between my friend and I about my awesome speech parties.  She then commented that we sure seemed to have a lot of fun in speech! So that, along with a fun post by The Speech Bubble here, inspired me to make a poster for my room next year! This is a great

Dirt Cheap Goodies for Speech

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As a self-proclaimed thrify-a-holic, I love to find a good rummage sale. Please note. I did not say garage sale. Garage sales are a waste of my time because: You have to travel to multiple locations. The sellers are emotionally attached to the items so they charge too much. There is not enough variety, sizes, supplies. Rummage sales, on the

Summer Bucket List

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Last summer felt rather unsatisfactory to me. My kids were on screens for waaaaaay too many hours. Although we did “Summer Home school” last year with some success, I still felt guilt about all the screens. On the other hand, as a mostly single-parent, with three jobs, my counselor assures me that I’m doing what I need to do to

Royal Start to Speech

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Believe it or not, I’ve already started working on what I’m going to be doing in speech in the fall! I’ve decided to go with a new room theme this year (insert shocked gasp!) and it is….. Dragons, Princesses, and Knights, OH MY! I’m even seeing if I can get a special half-apron made with this theme! Here is a

A good dad vs an amazing dad

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It is very hard work to be a good dad under any circumstances. But when you are literally crippled by pain day in and out for years, hazed by medical conditions, and unable to work or even sit for more than an hour, it is REALLY difficult. And yet, even with all the cards stacked against him, Professor X is

June Lesson Plans

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Summer is coming! Summer is coming! But… I still have to get through a few weeks of June first. Here are my June lesson plans. Hope you find some useful ideas! As always, these are divided into levels: Language Level 1 (approx K-1st grades) Language Level 2 (approx 2nd-3rd grades) Language Level 3 (approx 4th-5th grades) PreK (I will actually

Waiting for Summer…

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…is exhausting! Why I’m so very tired and unmotivated… Too much yard work Too much housework Way, WAY too much paperwork Basement is currently a construction zone Husband keeps getting worse, with no ending point or plateau in sight Sick. Literally. Coughing, sneezing, sore throat, sick. Started an additional part-time job selling Jamberry nails (but ooooooh! check out the nails

What’s in Your Cart? May Sale!

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Big TpT sale is back to help Appreciate Teachers! Yeah for teachers (and SLPs! don’t forget us!)!!!! Recommendations from my colleagues’ stores: Here are some things I highly recommend adding to YOUR cart during this sale! (Disclaimer: I already have these that’s how I know they are great!) Social Language and Pragmatic Rubrics by The Speech Bubble. This is an