This starter pack includes a few essentials for every SLP:
Pocket Articulation Screener:
-All consonants in all positions
-Blends: ST, SP, SM, SL, SK, SN, BR, DR, FL, FR, GL, GR, KL, KR, BL, TR, SW, and PR.
-Data collections sheet
-Directions to administer test
-Age of acquisition chart for reference
Expressive Language At Home:
This handout is for parents of children with expressive language delays/disorders. It provides that parents with 6 strategies that they can use at home to help their child develop age-appropriate expressive language skills.
Describe It! 2:
"Describe It" is an activity designed to increase the expressive language skills as well as expand the vocabulary of children grades 1-5.
TWO worksheets features everyday vocabulary (picture form) such as "pencil" and "glasses" that students are required to verbally describe.
Two additional worksheets are included with everyday vocabulary written out and spaces for students to write in descriptive words. (No visual cueing).
There is also a "cheat sheet" for students to use to develop strategies for describing objects. These strategies include reminding students to think about "what does it look like" or "does it have a smell?".
These super cute name plates are perfect for desks, folders, or anything you need labeled in your classroom!
This download includes name plates with a food theme!
Basic Concepts - Big vs. Small:
-34 color and black and white pictures to help teach big vs. little (17 big pictures, and 17 small pictures)
-Pages labeled "big" and "little" to use for sorting the pictures.
-A worksheet where students are required to come up with items in their environment that are big and little.
-A worksheet with 10 questions where students are required to circle the word (big or small) that best describes each object.
A second worksheet with 10 pictures where students are required to circle the word (big or small) that best describes each picture (used for children who cannot yet read).
Quick Artic /L/
- Between 12-14 pictures for students to identify that target the /l/ sound in the initial, medial, and final positions of simple words.
- Two versions of the printouts that have the target word written underneath the picture, and no word under the picture so children who can read do not have written cues.
- Directions page
- A blank page to add your own words.
The Receptive Language Pocket Packet:
It's convenient, fun for students, and targets receptive language skills in a variety of fun ways.
- 54 cards with four super cute clip art pictures on each card, and one questions on each card. For instance: "Point to the donut". These cards are divided into three categories: food, common nouns, and occupations.
-18 short story cards with two questions related to each story to help develop auditory comprehension skills.
SLP Starter Pack:
-Two different "Welcome to Speech Therapy" signs (each comes in a color and black and white version).
-Printable data sheet.
-Voice level poster (0-no talking, 1-whisper, 2-normal voice, 3-outside voice) color and black and white.
-Getting to know you worksheet with 10 questions.
-"Why I'm in speech therapy" worksheet with 5 questions to help students understand to purpose of speech therapy' and for teachers to get a better idea of their students strengths and weakness as told by their students.
-"Today in Speech I..." and "My homework is..." printable to send home to parents.
-A super cute printable with trophies that say "Amazing Speech"
"Fantastic Work" and "Great Job" to hand out to students.
-Communication Log for parents
-Student Info printable for parents to fill out (student name, parent(s) name, parent phone and e-mail, and preferred method of contact).