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This set of cards is perfect for any students working on regular past tense verbs. There are 66 different regular verbs in the set. Each says, "Today I/we (present tense regular verb). Yesterday I/we _______." You can prompt students to read the
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The cards in the bundle can help students who are working on regular and irregular past tense verbs. There are 60 cards in the bundle-30 regular and 30 irregular verb cards. Each one says, "Today I/we (present tense verb). Yesterday I/we _______."
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Updated 1/27/17! This updated download now contains 6 different 5-step sequences and 5 different 6-step sequences. Now with easy to cut and same-size strips, these sequences provide an array of support for students/clients. Some sequences only have
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This bundle has been updated with new graphics, flashcards, as well as two simple books to share with little ones! These CVCV pictures are perfect for working with little ones just learning language or working on expanding their vocabulary. The main
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These newly updated visual supports and sorting activities are made as a supplement to the book 'Up, Down, and Around!' by Katherine Ayres or as a supplement to teaching children about various vegetables or gardens. Each vegetable and activity from
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#july17slpmusthave Summer is a perfect time to get little ones outside and encourage speech and language skills! These fun handouts help guide parents to carry over speech and language therapy targets into their fun summer activities. Each handout
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This fun bundle contains four different themes to target the skill of naming/sorting into categories as well as naming/sorting members of categories. Each portion has fun colorful graphics that help students stay engaged and learn more from the
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These cards can help students who are working on regular past tense verbs. In this set, all verbs sound like /T/ at the end (i.e. walked, looked, picked). There are 30 cards in the set. Each on says, "Today I (present tense verb). Yesterday I
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There are many ways that this product can be used. The first way I imagine it being used is cutting out the "members" of the groups and mixing them up. Then you can have students glue the symbol for the season on separate pieces of construction
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This recently updated product is versatile and can be used with adult clients with memory loss or cognitive impairments, as well as students learning sequencing for the first time. Within this download are four different 4-step sequences. Each
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UPDATED 1/27/2017! This is a fun way to work with students on learning animal categories and their members! Categories in this set include: UNDERWATER, PETS, FARM, ZOO, BUGS. Each category scene comes along with nine colorful clipart pictures. In
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These flashcards can be used along with the book 'Where is the Green Sheep?' or independently to focus on the /sh/ sound. Cards need to be printed out and assembled so that there is a sheep on one side and a /sh/ target word on the other. Each card
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These cards can help students who are working on irregular past tense verbs. There are 30 cards in the set. Each on says, "Today I/we (present tense verb). Yesterday I/we _______." The student can be prompted to read the card and fill in the blank
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This tool is perfect for the SLP, teacher, or parent getting ready to start with PECS! It provides prompts to help discover what the student's strongest reinforcements may be, while also helping prepare you for future phases of PECS when you need to
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In this fun activity/book students can work on WHERE questions as well as categories. Students cut out many animal pictures and then have to sort them by where they live. As students pick an animal you can ask them, "Where does the ______ live?" You
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These cards can help students who are working on regular past tense verbs. In this set, all verbs sound like /ID/ at the end (i.e. started, heated, painted). There are 30 cards in the set. Each on says, "Today I (present tense verb). Yesterday I
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These cards can help students who are working on regular past tense verbs. In this set, all verbs sound like /D/ at the end (i.e. walked, looked, picked). There are 30 cards in the set. Each on says, "Today I (present tense verb). Yesterday I
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This fun activity is a children's version of a popular game many teachers, SLPs, and students may already know. It contains 12 lists of categories that are used in the game as well as three different answer sheets. There is also a blank document so
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This cute activity is perfect for little ones working on expressive language, learning about animals/animal noises, and working on WHO questions. This project can be printed and turned in to an interactive book where children match the animal to the
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This is a fun way to work with students on learning 'holiday' categories and their members! Places in this set include: NEW YEAR'S EVE/NEW YEAR'S DAY, VALENTINE'S DAY, ST. PATRICK'S DAY, EASTER, 4TH OF JULY, HALLOWEEN, THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

In December 2016 I made the move back to the school speech setting. Currently I work in an early ed school servicing the preschool and Kindergarten children in the district. Prior to this position I worked in the Early Intervention setting as a Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist. I worked daily in children's natural environments (i.e. homes, daycare centers, Head Start) helping coach parents and teachers to help their little ones communicate. Before making that transition I worked in a school district with Early Childhood through 5th grade students. In addition to my experience working with children with speech and language delays, I have also worked for three years in a daycare setting and babysit on a regular basis. I hold my Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCCs) from ASHA and hold two licenses in the state of Illinois.

MY TEACHING STYLE

With my background in Early Intervention, my therapy style tends to be family-centered. My goal as a therapist is to help empower parents and caregivers to help their child communicate with the world around them. I try to keep visits personal, fun, and informative; leaving parents and caregivers with tools to continue therapy when I am not there. In the schools this means that communication with teachers and families is key for me. I work hard with students every day and help their grown-ups support them when they are not in speech.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

It just makes my day when one of my little ones says their first word or masters that tricky speech sound. Their look of confidence and joy is priceless!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I earned my Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology with a minor in Psychology from Marquette University in 2011. Then, I continued on to Graduate School at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where I graduated in 2013 with my Master's Degree in Speech Pathology with an emphasis in Early Childhood Special Education. After completing my Clinical Fellowship in the schools I earned my Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Language Hearing Association.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am certified in PECS Level 1.

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