This lapbook product was created for use during the first week in speech (& language) therapy. It includes a variety of interactive pieces focusing on: helping your students understand goals; strategies for skill development; speech & language learning targets; identify learning styles; sharing student interests; charting data or practice sessions; and saving practice worksheets as well as brag tag incentives. This lap book product also helps the SLP learn about each child and provides a go-to material for individual goals, strategies, and data. This is perfect for the speech room or classroom for push-in therapy. Complete the lap book during the first week in speech and keep in a bin for student use each session all year long!
Included in this packet:
Credits (cover & pg. 2)
Contents (pg. 3)
Product in use (pgs. 4-6) & suggested set-up: Please view these page to see possible set-up for the lapbook. Interactive pieces (pgs. 7-22) can be used any way you design your lapbook. It is suggested to use liquid glue rather than a glue stick during creation. The following is a list of items suggested for prep.
What you need:
Pages 7-22 copied on white or colored paper. Please look prior to printing as some pages are grouped with like items for group prep. Some pieces my not be used; however, provide options for student/therapist selection.
Scissors; Liquid glue, Tape; Binder clips, optional; Brads; File folders (any color and any tab cut)
Lapbook interactive pieces (pgs. 7-22):
Suggested lapbook COVER interactive pieces (see pg. 4 for picture)
My Speech & Language Lapbook title label/frame (pg. 7): Use on the cover of the lapbook.
Name/School Year label/frame (pg. 7): Use on the cover of the lapbook.
All About Me flapbook (pg. 7): Use for writing/drawing all about me traits. Arrange in size order and secure to the lapbook.
My Selfie Portrait (pg. 8): Use for student drawing of a self portrait.
My Schedule open-ended (pg. 8): Use for writing student therapy session schedule (not shown on samples).
Speech mouth images (pg. 10) : Use for optional decoration on lapbook (not shown on samples).
Suggested lapbook INSIDE interactive pieces (see pg. 5 for picture)
My Goal Card (pg. 8): Fold in half so cover and writing section show on either side. Use for adding individualized goals for student/therapist use.
My Strategy Card (pg. 9): Fold in half so cover and writing section show on either side. Use for adding individualized strategies for student/therapist use.
My Brags pocket (pg. 9): Use for holding brag tags.
My Strategies pocket (pg 9): Use for holding strategy card.
My Goals pocket (pg. 9): Use for holding goal card.
My Favorites flaps (pg. 10): Use for writing/drawing student personal favorites.
Data tracking accordions (pgs. 11-14): Four data tracking choices for tracking performance and practice towards target goals. Choose one or more to add to your lapbook. You can also add additional accordions to the bottom of the existing accordion selected to create a chain of accordions.
My Speech & Language Learning Targets circles (pgs. 15-19): Attach circles with a brad (not included or shown). Choose one or all target speech and language areas linked to CCSS. Select pages to print, as desired.
How I Learn Best learning style (pgs. 20-21): Use title/frame and tabs for student selection of learning styles. OR Use learning style flowers and attach to lapbook.
Suggested lapbook BACK interactive pieces (see pg. 4 for picture)
My Practice Pages pocket (pg. 10): Use pocket for holding practice worksheets. Secure with tape on the edges of the back of lapbook. You may also use a binder clip at the top to secure papers (not shown on samples).
Brag Tags (pg. 22): Use open-ended brag tags for writing in student accomplishments and storing in the pocket.
Blank circle with spot for brad/ring and blank pocket are included for adapting items (pg. 21).
This product is NOT editable digitally; however, some additional options and blank pieces are included for your adaptation.
Created by Sparklle SLP
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