with this MEGA Bundle of 700 Exit Slips for Articulation, Language and Social Skills. These motivating and evidence-based Exit Slips are designed to help your entire caseload internalize valuable lessons learned during speech-language therapy sessions.
This bundle contains all of Creative Speech Lab's Seasonal and Skill-Based Exit Slips.
By purchasing the items together in this bundle, you receive a 30% discount over the individual prices (which would be $28).
This MEGA Bundle includes these two smaller bundles of Exit Slips:
Seasonal Bundle of 400 Exit Slips for Articulation, Language and Social Skills
Skill-Based Bundle of 300 Exit Slips for Articulation, Language and Social Skills
Want to try out a sample? Check out this free Exit Slip Sampler
to see how it works!
This huge bundle of Exit Slips for Articulation, Language and Social Skills contains 700 easy-to-cut, ink-friendly slips that are clearly labeled and focus on:
★ Articulation Skills:
- 6 Early Developing Sounds (p, b, m, n, k, g)
- 6 Later Developing Sounds (r, s, l, sh, ch, th)
- Articulation targets in all word positions
- Visual support
- Articulation Targets in Single Words
- Articulation Practice at the Conversational Level
★ Language Skills:
- Multiple-Meaning Words
- Context Clues
- Comparatives (receptive and expressive)
- Sequencing words in sentences
- Past-Tense Verbs
★ Social Skills:
- Conversation Skills
- Social Inferencing
Simply cut out and place slips in jars, bags (or any container!) and ask students to remove a slip prior to exiting the speech room. Dress up your containers with these FREE Exit Slip Labels!
PLEASE DO NOT purchase this bundle if you own any of my individual sets, as the items are the same.
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