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This 15-page resource will change your SLP life! Are you and your students tired of flipping cards? Want to spice up your articulation drill? Then this printable resource is for you! These cans and sticks came about because using the same old articulation cards was getting a little old. I decided to
Are you looking to teach your children the meaning of yes and no and extend their understanding of basic concepts and simple questions?? These are important early literacy skills and this set is perfect for that! You'll get 54 yes/no question task cards that all begin with "Is this a...." and uses r
A "one-stop-shop" using oversized visuals and easy to understand verbal cues for young children during remediation for articulation, apraxia, and phonological processes. Includes easy to understand Oversized speech mouth visuals, isolation targeted drills, speech sound syllable webs, "act it out" ca
Oral language is the foundation to which students learn! Speaking and listening skills and standards are often not given enough priority within the classroom, and yet your students’ communication abilities are a vitally important component of their success in this world. This pack helps you intentio
Who isn't hooked on their smart phones these days? Our students are communicating with text messages now more than ever! Let's use it to our advantage! I created this product to bring a high interest, relevant and real-world language activity to my students. These short text message conversations al
You'll need the latest version of Adobe to read this PDF file: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ Not only are speaking and listening skills one fifth of the Common Core standards for ELA, and not only cooperation and collaboration included in the line-up of skills for 21st century education...the t
This low prep back to school resource is an easy way to help your students get to know each other so you can build a positive classroom environment the first day of school! There are 24 fun ice breaker questions that you can use with partners, small groups, or as a morning meeting activity. These
PERFECT FOR STUDENTS WITH ASD OR ELL!!This resource is a comprehensive product to elicit who, what, when, where questions within different levels. With this packet, you can take baseline data, track for progress monitoring, and establish goals based on results from the questions. Our students with a
Listen and Draw: a fun and engaging packet that gives students the opportunity to apply and follow step-by-step oral directions.View a detailed preview video HERE!What is the Listen and Draw packet?Thanks so much for viewing my Listen and Draw packet. This packet is designed to offer an engaging and
In this hilarious Mustache-themed set of card games, students are challenged in answering and formulating questions. This material includes: ~Question Go-Fish: Students work to match Y/N, Who, What, Where, When, and How questions with their answers. The cards are color and mustache-coordinated to
This resource includes the decorative components and articulation targets you need to make EVEN MORE STICKS for my Articulation Cans with tongue depressors for speech therapy. I'm proud to say that both the original Articulation Cans and this expansion pack are two of the very best selling speech an
These fun speech activities elicit TONS of speech productions for seven of the most common phonological processes: 1) Final Consonant Deletion2) Syllable Deletion3) Backing4) Fronting5) Cluster Reduction6) Stopping7) GlidingThis colorful, printable, and low-prep resource is sure to be a favorite amo
This resource includes 75 sorting mats! These mats are a fun way to target articulation, syllable shapes, and language goals while sorting through mini objects, mini erasers, or flash cards! The students are able to make funny phrases while still addressing their target goals! Each mat is available
***I'm pleased to share that as of September 2013, these Critical Thinking Language Frames (along with my Reading Interventions "If/Then" Menu) were selected for inclusion as a professional learning resource in the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium Digital Library. Read more about it here.***
Here is a packet of activities to use with the mini pocket charts you bought in Target for a dollar. You will find alphabet, consonant sounds, color matching, and classroom name sorts. In addition, I have included patterning, number fun, and simple sentence building. Students can work on these indep
This is a comprehensive 10-week summer homework program for articulation, language, pragmatic language, and fluency students. It includes: 2 full-color and 2 black & white calendars, spanning 5-weeks each, with daily activities and tracking for articulation skills. 2 full-color and 2 black
Articulation sessions will be exploding with fun when you use this classic battle boats game infused with articulation practice. Students play by the classic Battleship rules to give coordinates but use speech words instead of numbers and letters. Included in this material: Initial/Medial/Final
This is a set of classifying activities to help students classify items that belong in a specific household/outdoor setting. Settings included are bathroom, kitchen, dining room, laundry room, living room, bedroom, park, and playground. Students will determine where each item goes and Velcro the ite
This item is a great tool to help students learn about researching, biographies, taking notes, and writing a multi-paragraph paper.You'll find everything you need to put on a wax museum as well! Items include:*a student tracking sheet to help you keep track of historians, assignments, and due dates*
Use this no-prep, thorough, and engaging Speech and Language Therapy activity trials program during hands-on sessions and distance learning speech teletherapy/telepractice sessions. This unit was intended to be a one-stop-shop for eliciting high repetitions with minimal prep and includes a detailed
Are your students continually asking you, "What do I do?" even after directions have already been given? Mine too.These visual direction cards are perfect for eliminating that question in the classroom. Simply print, laminate, cut, and you're ready to use! They are perfect for putting on whiteboards
Various mouth forms depicting common speech sounds. Perfect for speech language pathologists, as well as pronunciation and articulation activities.Please check out my other speech clip art set here, featuring SHORT VOWELS:SPEECH SOUNDS CLIP ART - *VOWELS*Includes 36 clip art images: .png format, 300
Make semantic mapping, describing, and vocabulary building FUN with this packet of game boards! These 15 printable game boards will provide plenty of practice for students to describe common objects and people in lots of different ways! These can also be sent home for homework or extra practice.Thes
Writing Prompts for Class Share Time build essential Common Core writing and speaking skills from the beginning of the year all the way to the last day of school and through summer too. These "Sharing Pages" give students a unique opportunity to share their writing in front of the class. Each writin

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