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PRINT and GO PACKET This packet is designed for SLPs to use in companion with the book ‘The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything’ by Linda Williams. The book is not included. This packet is all in black and white for easy print-and-go
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#slpdotdeal This “Dot and Go” packet is developed for practice of articulation and phonology skills at Valentine's Day. The packet is made to be used with paint daubers. Paint daubers are also called do-a-dots, paint markers, dot markers or bingo
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#slpdotdeal Froggy Gets Dressed is a great book for preschool aged students during winter. It is a cumulative story, based around a central theme of getting dressed. Each time Froggy goes outside to play in the snow, he has forgotten an article
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This “Dot and Go” packet is developed for practice of articulation and phonology skills for spring. The packet is made to be used with paint daubers. Paint daubers are also called do-a-dots, paint markers, dot markers or bingo markers. They are
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#slpdotdeal This “Dot and Go” packet is developed for practice of articulation and phonology skills at St. Patrick's Day. The packet is made to be used with paint daubers. Paint daubers are also called do-a-dots, paint markers, dot markers or
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Are you counting down the days until the 2014 Winter Olympics? If you're like me you're looking for a way to bring the Olympics into your speech therapy room! This FREE activity packet includes 10 pages. The pages each contain a coloring sheet
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Black History month is in February. These Dot pages are a great way to incorporate discussions and learn about Civil Rights Leaders while working on other tasks. This FREE activity packet includes 8 pages. The pages each contain a coloring sheet
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

My name is Jenna Rayburn, MA, CCC-SLP and I'm a pediatric speech-language pathologist. I have been a school based SLP since 2010. I started blogging and selling my speech therapy materials on TpT in 2011. I've been blessed to be one of the top 50 sellers on TpT since 2012 and I'm beyond proud to be the #1 SLP on TpT.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love to create specific materials for the students on my caseload. I like functional materials and activities to engage students in their learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

TheSpeechRoomNews was runner up in the Best New Blog category of the 2011 EduBlog awards. Jenna has had article features in the ASHA Leader and ASHAsphere blog.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Master's of Speech Language Pathology from The Ohio State University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Jenna Rayburn is a school speech-language pathologist in Central Ohio. Jenna has a passion for educational resource design and professional development for SLPs. On her blog, Speech Room News, she writes about current topics in the field, app reviews, and shares practical treatment activities. Jenna has presented on a variety of relevant topics to school-based speech-language pathologist including a presentation at the 2015 American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention.