*NOW EDITABLE! This is a fun activity to do in the early days of school. My students love it and always want to play it more than once. Basically, each student has a mini-bag of M&M’s and, depending on which color they draw out, they tell different things about themselves. Stude
Would You Rather Silly Question PowerPoint Game
No prep! Whew! This 45 slide presentation is great as an icebreaker or a brief moment between activities during the first few weeks of school.
You'll learn who would rather travel 2000 years into the past or the future, and give
Book Talk - Oral Language - Reading Comprehension
With a book talk you can lose the traditional book report and still hold your students accountable for their independent reading.
Having your students complete book talks helps them practice their oral speaking skills and allows o
Are your administrators asking you about your objectives? Are your students wondering why they come to speech and language therapy? Ask no more!
These objective binder pages outline generic speech and language therapy objectives for your sessions. They are meant to be very generic to not violate pr
Are you tired of your students giving one or two word answers? This product includes one interactive class activity and two worksheets for practice and assessment to help students lose the question word, move the verb, switch personal pronouns, and use the question to formulate their answers in comp
Is articulation therapy getting a little dry and boring? Check out these articulation menus!
Each page looks like a menu, but the name of the restaurant, the location, and the menu items all contain bombardment of the indicated speech sound. There are 18 menus included!!
Working on initial /s/? He
UPDATED 1/15/17: This product now includes 44 questions instead of 28. I have also added cut lines based on a buyer's suggestion!! You can simply re-download if you already own this product!
At the end of the day I gather my students in a circle on the carpet for our closing circle.
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 have a high interest, relevant and real-world language activity for my students. These short text message conversations
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
Minute to Win it: Articulation from Speech Room News, Jenna Rayburn, MA, CCC-SLP is the perfect speech therapy activity if you need to get your kids up and moving.
The document has 11 different challenges based on the show Minute to Win it. Each challenge describes an activity that must be complet
These stems are used in the math block when students are explaining, justifying, and critiquing other students' math problem solving work. Students use them to help formulate conversations about math concepts while looking at other students' strategies.
These questioning stems are aligned with the
Drama Circle Bundle
In this zipped resource, I have bundled together 6 of my popular any-day Drama Circles. I have also included my Free Fairy Tales drama circle for a total of 7 drama circle activities.
Drama Circles have a similar format to the "I Have / Who Has" game. They are a fun, any day a
First Day of School Activities: Ice Breaker Question Cards. This back to school resource includes 24 ice breaker question cards for small groups or pairs of students to use to help them get to know their new classmates on the first day of school.
Save over 40% when you buy this activity a
Classroom Book Clubs: Literature Circles Made Easy is a slidecast video series plus printables package that describes a fun and effective method for using Literature Circles in your classroom, a method that does not involve Literature Circle roles. I created this step-by-step set of videos to explai
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:
Get your students talking with this Accountable Talk resource!
Accountable Talk is focused, collaborative talk meant to deepen and extend students’ thinking about a topic. Students respond to and further develop what other students have said. The more they talk, the more the learn!
There are man
This packet uses a "tool" theme to help students achieve fluency. They think of their strategies as speech tools to help facilitate smooth speech. This packet addresses many aspects of fluency including fluency enhancing behaviors, stuttering modification, types of disfluency, relaxation, pacing,
Included are 9 differentiated weekend journals for all special education students in your classroom, from symbol readers to advanced writers.
This is the perfect life skill activity to get your students discussing their weekends and asking questions to each other.
This activity works on social sk
Not only is this resource no prep, but it is also able to be used for more than just articulation practice! A long list of sounds are targeted by the stories in this product, and there are a wealth of skills and concepts targeted, such as summarizing, sequencing, WH- questions, and more!
Articulation Blocks an UN-stacking Game
I love playing stacking blocks in therapy but my students often got frustrated with how easy it is to knock over (and some of my students would knock it over or bump the table on purpose). I wanted to figure out a way to play this game witho
25 paragraphs with questions to target inferencing skills! This product also comes with 25 accompanying answer cards that explain the clues in the paragraph and talk the student through the process of making an inference. That's 50 cards total!
Because of the accompanying answer cards, this produc
Thanksgiving - Thanksgiving Drama Circle
This drama activity with a Thanksgiving Dinner theme has a similar format to the "I Have / Who Has" game. This is a fun activity that can be used for drama activities, morning meetings, cooperative learning activities, listening skills, etc. There are 40 c
Drama Circle - Winter Drama Circle
This drama activity with a Winter / snow day theme has a similar format to the "I Have / Who Has" game. This is a fun activity that can be used for drama activities, morning meetings, cooperative learning activities, listening skills, etc. There are 40 cards, th
Drama Circle - A Fairy Tale Drama Circle
This free drama activity with a Fairy Tale theme has a similar format to the "I Have / Who Has" game. This is a fun activity cooperative learning activity to practice drama, listening, or oral language skills. There are 32 cards, that follow in a sequence,
Support discussion skills among your students. We use these booklets and posters every day for Socratic seminars, literature circle book clubs, group project planning work, or classroom debate.
Bright cheerful posters of the five conversational skills required of students for 21st century learning:
The ability for students to justify their thinking is an important skill that must begin in the early grades and be refined in later grades. Students need many opportunities to practice building on others’ thoughts, asking for clarification and showing evidence for their thinking. I have found that
Idioms in Context. Students read through the paragraphs and then mark the correct definition of the idiom. The paragraphs should give the students enough context to help them figure out the definition. Three pages are included.
Greek Mythology - Greek Myths Drama Circle
This drama circle activity with a Greek mythology theme has a similar format to the "I Have / Who Has" game. This is a fun any day activity that can be used for drama activities, while studying Greek mythology, morning meetings, oral language activities,
Secret Agent Articulation is the latest item from Speech Room News.Have you been using QR codes in your speech room yet? I've been trying them out using some other SLPs materials and I love them! QR codes are little square barcodes that are read by apps on your smartphone or tablet. To use them in t
Emoji smiley faces clip art showing different emotions. A 52 piece high quality set of hand rendered clip art containing a huge variety of different smiley face emoji emoticons!
These emojis would be perfect for grabbing the attention of your kids in teaching resources, bulletin boards, posters, ce
UPDATED: 7/20/2014 Now includes kid friendly language on an expanded cartoon, new click-able links for references, updated pages, voice journal, and more.
Targets: Voice Therapy Techniques, specific to vocal nodules (Yawn-Sigh, Resonant Voice Therapy). Others are mentioned as well!
Incorporate your student interests to increase engagement! This cell phone themed packet is a fun way to target conversational skills including topic maintenance, making comments, asking questions, safety, and initiation. This 19-page packet contains the following:
•95 text message cards
A 1-page matrix to corresponding Common Core standards for grades K-12 in the areas of:
Comprehension, WH questions
The Stuttering Toolbox is intended to be used as a visual for students who are working on stuttering in speech therapy. The Stuttering Toolbox provides students with helpful visual strategy reminders and a way to conceptualize all of their fluency strategies.
The strategies included in this packet
Pirates - Pirate Drama Circle
Ahoy, me mateys! This drama circle activity with a pirate theme has a similar format to the "I Have / Who Has" game. This is a fun any day activity that can be used for drama activities, morning meetings, oral language activities, cooperative learning activities, etc
Who hasn't heard the classic poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas" by Clement C. Moore?
This fun and interactive activity will have your students begging to play again and again as they try to beat their best time by reading fluently and more quickly each time.
The poem has been divided into 28 cards i
Do you ever find yourself wishing you had more of a variety of articulation targets?
Do you wish that your articulation students could participate more in your themed units or when reading book companion packets?
Do you wish you had more relatable targets for push-in services?
Do you wish you had mo
End of the Year Activity: Looking for end of the year activities? Try this Cootie Catchers
At the end of the year - especially the last week of school, or even the last couple of days, we are all looking for fun interactive activities.
Cooty Catchers.... Fortune Tellers.... wha
This product contains 133 slides in a Powerpoint format. This means no prep work, printing, laminating, or cutting for you!! Each answer on this Powerpoint also links to a feedback page letting your students know if they got the answer correct or incorrect!
It covers 5 topics related to social skil
This bundle contains articulation playing cards for the following sounds: l, r, s, z, k, th, and g. These cards are incredibly versatile and perfect for therapy with any articulation students, especially those in older grades who benefit from more age-appropriate activities!
The packets included ar
Superhero Drama Circle
This drama circle activity with a Superhero theme has a similar format to the "I Have / Who Has" game. This is a fun any day activity that can be used for drama activities, morning meetings, oral language activities, reading fluency practice, cooperative learning activities,
Includes supporting documents for the objective binder! Have something specific you want? E-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your objectives with examples and we can work together to add more (for FREE).
This is a compressed .zip file and it includes the companion for purple, green, orange and bl
There was an Old Lady.... Universal ARTICULATION Companion: Elementary. The Old Lady Book Companion packets are some of my best selling materials. Some of your feedback has asked for articulation activities. I decided the best way to accomplish this without significantly increasing every packet wou
Fluency Blocks an UN-stacking Game
A stuttering therapy game
I love playing stacking blocks in therapy but my students often got frustrated with how easy it is to knock over (and some of my students would knock it over or bump the table on purpose). I wanted to figure out a way to
By purchasing this BUNDLE of interactive articulation flip books, you are receiving these at 20% off the original price. PLEASE DO NOT PURCHASE THIS SET IF YOU OWN ANY OF MY FLIP BOOKS INDIVIDUALLY!!
This BUNDLE includes the following interactive articulation flip books:
This is the sign-up poster to display in your classroom for the students to sign up on when they are ready to read their chosen poem in front of the class on Fridays. Students read their poem into a microphone while sitting on a bar stool in front of the class. We treat it like a "Poetry Toast" ea
Developed by Jenna Rayburn, MA, CCC-SLP of Speech Room News
The download is 71 pages in length and includes articulation game for the sounds R, S, S blends, and TH. I also included blank penguin cards in case you need to make another sound.
The pack includes 189 /r/ and /r/ blends, 81 /th/ cards
This Drama Circle takes your students through an exploration of fixed versus growth mindset.
Drama Circles are a fun drama activity that can be used during drama activities, morning meetings, oral language activities, reading fluency practice, cooperative learning activities, etc. There are 40 car
What's better than getting to say that we helped to eliminate someone's speech disorder? Not much, and that is why I am writing this with a smile on my face. I have actually done that by following the steps in this program. I have helped to eliminate frontal lisping behavior in many people by foll
Drama Circle - Very Bad Day
This drama activity with a Very Bad Day theme has a similar format to the "I Have / Who Has" game. This is a fun any day activity that can be used for drama activities, morning meetings, oral language activities, reading fluency practice, cooperative learning activities
Do you have students who are able to produce prevocalic/initial R, but are still working on developing those vocalic R sounds? This is the perfect activity for them!
One trick I often use in this situation is using their great prevocalic R productions to facilitate productions of R at the end of wo