Mia McDaniel

United States - Louisiana - Prairieville
Mia McDaniel
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This 15 page download will change your SLP life! Are you and your students tired of flipping cards?? Want to spice up your articulation drill? Then this is for you! These cans and sticks came about because using the same old articulation cards was
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I am always searching for new ways to address pragmatic skills with my students who struggle socially, AND I work with special ed. teachers who are always looking for ways to address social and behavior skills with their students. Well, who doesn't
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Who isn't hooked on their smart phones these days? Our students are communicating with text messages now more than ever! Let's use it to our advantage! I created this product to have a high interest, relevant and real-world language activity for
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#slpmusthave This 48 page product came about from a personal need for fun activities that elicit TONS of speech productions for the 7 of the most common phonological processes: 1) Final Consonant Deletion 2) Syllable Deletion 3) Backing 4)
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Got kids struggling with these skills? Me too! Since my students are all about their smart phones and tablets, this activity brings my priority of teaching language and their world of gadgets & technology together... so that students will be
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Tackling apraxia and severe articulation disorders is hard work! Using effective but motivating activities like the systematic, strategic ones included in this 71 page download geared toward early developing sounds /b,p,t,d,k,g,m,n, j,w,h,f/, can
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This 13 page download includes the decorative components and articulation targets you need to make EVEN MORE STICKS for my Articulation Cans with tongue depressors for therapy. I'm proud to say that both the original Articulation Cans and this
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Make semantic mapping, describing and vocabulary building FUN with this packet of game boards! These 15 game boards will provide plenty of practice for students to describe common objects and people in lots of different ways! They can also be used
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Is it just me, or does selective mutism seem to be on the rise? I am seeing kids with this debilitating disorder more and more in our schools these days, and treating them appropriately can be quite a challenge. Start here! For children with
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Teaching and practicing positional concepts is fun and hand-on with these manipulatives and Cariboo cards! This download will engage even your busiest and hard-to-engage students who are learning basic language concepts, This 16 page download
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February 13, 2018 is Mardi Gras ⚜⚜⚜! Incorporate this festive holiday into your reading or language lessons (or speech/language therapy sessions!) and for non-readers, this makes a great listening or reading comprehension activity! It's also
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I just love to shake, shake, shake a pretty snowglobe!! For my students here in Louisiana, it's the closest they get to seeing snow. These speechie snowglobes require absolutely NO PREP!! Just print and go! ► The 16 sound speciific snowglobe pages
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I made this especially for my clients and thought it might be just what you need, too! Cariboo is so motivating to my prek through 5th grade students, and it's ideal to use for speech and language therapy! Don't fret if you don't have a Cariboo -
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This game is perfect for RTI or your short articulation sessions (5-10 minutes) although it can also be used for longer sessions. Just set a timer and begin articulation drill. After your student says his/her articulation targets to your liking (3
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Link TitleLink TargetOpen link in new windowAddCancelNO PREP!! Just print and use on the spot! This 27 page download includes: ► 24 dot art pages with small pictures representing specific target sounds in each little circle! ► 4 pages for /f/► 1
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Teach and practice numerous reading comprehension skills using these fascinating passages and corresponding questions all about Christmas around the world. These 17 non-fiction passages are ideal for your ELA lessons or speech/language therapy
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I made this especially for one of my young students and thought it might be just what you need, too! My students with disabilities struggle to answer wh- questions, and that's a really big deal because it's crucial that they be able to do so in
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This NO PREP 46 page download includes lots of fun activities to use in your therapy during the month of October. It's also a great solution for mixed groups! Some activities are open ended (for any skill), and some are specifically for addressing
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This active and somewhat wacky game is perfect for reinforcement of any skill that requires practice or drill of skills like sight words, math facts, articulation drill, fluency skill practice, answering questions, etc. This download includes the
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Dot art is fun for all ages and a great way to create tons of opportunites for target sound practice and to immediately reinforce correct sound productions. Oh, and it's NO PREP!! This one is especially for your springtime lessons, but it can be
152 ratings
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Speech-Language Pathologist in the Louisiana Public Schools for over 22 years treating students aged 3 to 15. Experience includes treating students with hearing loss, apraxia, autism, and all varieties of articulation, language, voice and fluency disorders, implementing AAC and other technology as well as supervising our district's SLPs and Teachers of the Deaf.


I believe speech/language therapy should be both effective and fun. When kids get excited about therapy they are motivated to please and do their best! Then we see results!


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I graduated from Northeast Louisiana University in 1994 (now called University of Louisiana-Monroe) with a B.A. in Communication Disorders. In 1995, I graduated from LSU with a Masters Degree in Speech-Language Pathology.


I was born and raised in the heart of cajun country but now live in Prairieville, LA with my two boys, my high school sweetheart husband, Lola (my lovable Lhasa Apso), Juniper & Scout (the rescue cats). When I'm not doing speech therapy, I love to travel, blog, scrapbook, read, crochet and craft! OH, and like all SLPs, I love to TALK!

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