Miss Chris's Peech Room

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This is a great tool to use with students working on correct sound production while reading aloud and during less structured activities (answering questions about the story they read aloud). Also a useful resource to use in mixed groups of students
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I created this to use for progress monitoring after longer school breaks (Fall, Winter, Spring breaks). Each story has the same main idea and outcome, but the vocabulary is different in order to incorporate numerous opportunities for targeted sound
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If you are trying to teach basic spatial concepts you might like this. When I push into classrooms, most of my activities are initiated with literacy. (5) Fun Activities to do with your students. Foldable book Over/Under Cut-N-Paste Under/Beside
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/or/ /ur/ /ar/ /ire/ /er/ /ear/ /ir/ Each vowel controlled /r/ is targeted in a 4-6 sentence short story. The stories can give up to 10 opportunities for your student to produce the targeted sound. Under each story are two activities.
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I was in desperate need of Voice resources at my school. One of my students was recently diagnosed with a voice disorder by his/her doctor and I needed to create handouts for the parents/family as well as the teacher. It was important that we are
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I created this activity for students with learning disabilities, communication and developmental delays and ASD. I geared it towards Pre-K, Kinder, 1st and 2nd grades. Great for self-contained classrooms and/or small groups. This Packet
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Sound Loaded Short Stories for Articulation Practice {f~v~sh~ch~th~j~s~s blends} For each sound in each position (Initial~Medial~Final}, there is a short story consisting of 4-6 sentences. The stories give at least 10 opportunities for your
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With the holiday approaching, it is always fun to have thematic speech and language activities for the students. I created this activity to use with all my speech students. Cut/Paste: This would be for the groups where each student is working on a
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This resource was created at a literacy companion for "The Relatives Came" by Cynthia Ryland. Included in this resource are (2) sequencing activities. Picture Sequencing – I created this for my non-readers/struggling readers. As I/we read the
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This is such a great book to target spatial concepts/directional words. In this resource you will find quick and easy no prep, print-n-go activities. ~~ “Where are the Dogs?” book activity. Students fold the pages in ½ and staple the open ends
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This is a great resource for early elem. grades/ primary grades. Each activity has repetitive phrases/sentences paired with pictures to support readers of many different levels. I created this specifically for A varying exceptionalities classroom
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This literacy companion was created based on the book "Duck on a Bike" by David Shannon. NO PREP!! JUST PRINT AND GO!! My students love this book so I created a variety of language-based activities centered around the story events and
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This packet is compiled of language and grammar activities to supplement the book “Skeleton Hiccups” by Margery Cuyler. I love beginning my therapy sessions with literacy. For the students who are fluent readers, they enjoy taking turns reading.
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Here is a great activity to have your students complete after reading "Mr. Brown can Moo! Can you?" by Dr. Seuss. This activity offers repetitive sentences incorporating vocabulary from the story as well and frequent use of sight words "can" and
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I created this set for my secondary full time varying exceptionalities class (grades 3-5). The students need to improve their understanding of emotions, why these emotions occur, appropriate reactions to situations, intentions behind behaviors and
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This is a fun resource to in conjunction with reading the book. NO PREP!! JUST PRINT AND GO!! Targets: Understanding of "wh" questions Following Directions Generating complete sentences incorporating thematic vocab. Superlatives (er,
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This is a great tool to use with students working on correct sound production while reading aloud and during less structured activities (answering questions about the story). Also a resource to use in mixed groups of speech and language
$5.00
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I created this Literacy Companion for students who are BEGINNING READERS and NON-READERS. I work with a variety of ability levels and needed a resource that all of my students could benefit and learn from. This Resource includes 7 different
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NO THIS IS NOT A JOKE!!! I apologize if this is offensive to anyone. . . Those of you who work with Boys in the secondary grades with ASD and Learning Disabilities LOVE this topic and many times lack the social maturity to be appropriate and
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I created this set to use with Pre-k, kindergarten and first grade students, depending on their ability levels (I work with a lot of children who had and continue to have global delays in development. This will enable the therapist to use the same
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been a speech therapist in the Florida school system for the past 10 years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love using literacy in my lessons.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my bachelors and masters degree from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I have been a speech-language pathologist for over 10 years now and have had to opportunity to experience a variety of pediatric treatment settings, but have found my calling in the public schools. For the first 8 years, I spent countless hours pushing into pre-k classrooms and was exposed to a very wide range of abilities. Most of these classrooms consisted of a mixture of children with special needs ranging from speech/language only to one or a combination of the following: Down’s Syndrome, Physical Impairment, ASD, Developmentally Delayed and EBD. Almost every lesson presented to the children began with literacy. I found myself making over 80% of the materials I used to supplement the book I was using. I was always faced with a group of children with a wide range of varying abilities. Some working on basic concepts, others vocabulary development and others I was trying to increase their utterance length. Some children were nonverbal or had significant physical impairments while others had typical language development with articulation needs. I needed activities that could be tailored to meet each of their needs. I found myself making most materials for the children with significant language and developmental delays. I needed simple, basic tasks that incorporated multiple repetitions. I wanted each child to be successful in completing his/her work.​ In the last couple years I have been working with K-5 speech and language students. I love making my own materials! I hope to continue to add to my K-5 materials as well as create and recreate activities for the pre-k population with speech, language and developmental delays of all abilities.

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