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Speech Club Fall (Articulation for Older Students)

Speech Club Fall (Articulation for Older Students)

A 60 day (12 week) DAILY articulation program for students to develop carry-over skills for “L, R, S, Sh, Th” sounds for September-November.   Included in this download: ⭐️Speech Club Rules ⭐️Speech Club Folder Cover ⭐️2 Calendars (with and without dates) ⭐️Letter to parents ⭐️Letter to teachers ⭐️60 practice sheets for daily articulation practice FOR…

Speech Club Winter (Articulation for Older Students)

Speech Club Winter (Articulation for Older Students)

A 60 day (12 week) DAILY articulation program for students to develop carry-over skills for “L, R, S, Sh, Th” sounds for December-February.   Included in this download: ⭐️Speech Club Rules ⭐️Speech Club Folder Cover ⭐️2 Calendars (with and without dates) ⭐️ Letter to parents ⭐️Letter to teachers ⭐️60 practice sheets for daily articulation practice…

February 2016 Lesson Plans

February 2016 Lesson Plans

I’m ready for February already! My lesson plans have been done with lots of time to prepare and full of some great ideas. I’m especially excited about sharing my family’s Asian heritage through my Lunar New Year’s product. A few things I’ll be doing this February: Having the SLP Book Club’s first meeting right here…

Data Driven Language Therapy

Data Driven Language Therapy

As I sat at yet another “procedures and paperwork” meeting (aka the training that administrators force you to attend on an all too often basis), I sighed. I am painfully aware that IEPs need to be written to be measurable and precise, but I struggle conceptually and sometimes ethically with this concept. Unlike learning 26…

10 Years of Blogging!

10 Years of Blogging!

Please scroll to the bottom of this post to enter the BIG giveaways! 10 years ago I had a 4 year old and 2 year old toddling about my home. My husband was somewhat healthy and studying for his Master’s of Divinity. And I decided to dip my hand into blogging. Instead of just a…

It’s Not Always Fun and Games

Several years ago, I decided that I had had enough. My students had spent five minutes negotiating whether or not they should play “Candyland” or “Sequence”; then five additional minutes deciding who was going to be “red”; then three minutes deciding who would be going first. I accomplished less than ten trials/data points during the…