Celebrate the end of the year and make your students feel special for all of their hard work! Just print, fill-in, and present to your students. A simple piece of paper can make a little one's day so much brighter :)
Quick, easy, and great for progress monitoring! Use this data collection sheet to document student progress while working on /s/ in the final position of sentences. The /s/ sounds are highlighted to use as a visual cue for your students, however
Around Halloween, I love to use the book The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams. It is a great read aloud book that targets so many language skills!
I quickly made this word list for myself to reference while working
A fun craft to complete with your students to celebrate all of their hard work in speech therapy throughout the year. Students can fill in the "balloons" with their own fingerprints! All you need is a stamp pad and/or markers/crayons to color them