I'm glad you liked this. I used it with a student of mine for about a month or two and it was very helpful to be able to discuss conversation topics and partners in which they were appropriate to discuss them with! I hope you find it as helpful as I did!
These are great - I mostly work with per-readers but these would be ideal to give to parents for homework on the run (ie to slip into a handbag). I wouldn't usually teach clusters at the same time as an individual sound but it's easy enough to cross these off. Thanks very much for sharing.
Honestly, when I first created this resource, I probably should have thought more about the selection of words, but that's what updates will be for over the summer! Thanks for your feedback! I also have the rights to some graphics now and in my blog post, I spoke about creating bookmarks for pre-readers, so hopefully over the summer I will have time to release some as well!
What a great idea! I have a few of Helen Lester's books about Wodney Wat and learning to be a good listener etc. However having books specific to the disorder is awesome! I can't wait to share this with parents!
I'm glad you figured it out! I just figured out how to reply to comments for the first time, so I apologize that I noticed your comment so late! Please feel free to ask questions in the future now that I know how to reply!
I have not used Earobics. I have mostly used decks of cards, books with phrases of increasing complexity, visuals, and auditory strategies with my students. I was just told the other day by the previous SLP at my school that I should have Earobics somewhere in my school (have not been able to find it yet, which is a bummer). I have heard great things about Earobics! I have also heard great things about the Super Duper Publications HearBuilder program! Best of luck!
March 16, 2013
actually, not a question. Just thought for your list of books that deal with various disabilities/issues, you might include books by Julia Cook. She wrote "my mouth is a volcano" and "personal space camp" among others. very good.