Created for Excel for Mac 2011, Version 14.5.7
Artic kiddo on your caseload? Do something with all that data!
Visually describe student progress with no extra work. Great for IEP meetings or to identify plateaus or regressions quickly.
ONE SOUND = ONE DOT
I hope you enjoy using these color coded CVC short vowel drill cards with added visual support to sound out and blend real and non-words. No frills, just clear single consonant and short vowel words for short a, e, i, o, and u.
66 real word and 28 nonword digraph cards with touch and say visual decoding and blending support as well as all these cards with just the blending line. Includes th-, sh-, wh-, qu-, and -ck! Created with a no-fuss, streamlined "non-kiddy" design
Time is internally subjective, so how can we help students better understand daily task requirements and better manage it?
Link TIME with physical SPACE with this handy system. Minutes are linked to the amount of space they take up when sweeping
Need to spice up artic? Stuck at the syllable level? Try this engaging hands on artic flower garden!
Prior to working on target sound in words, have students place a flower petal for each trial of corresponding syllable. Students can pick the
Speech sound disorder suspected? This excel doc will automatically generate graphs and charts to help you figure out error patterns or track progress.
Simply input the target word and the word produced in computer readable IPA/Klatt
BETA PRODUCT: POWERPOINT v.11 FOR MAC ONLY
Note: This is a powerpoint document that is INTERACTIVE. It uses special formatting to function similar to an app.
Orton Gillingham inspired, kid approved. If you use the keyword approach for learning
If you are a rockstar SLP, educator, or parent who works with kiddos in need of structured, quick, and fun movement breaks, these colorful dice are for you.
Roll one die to determine amount, the other to determine activity.
Does your learner need to master the short vowel sounds for reading and spelling?
Inspired by a technology-wiz client with dyslexia, this powerpoint uses "invisible buttons" to function like an app. Paired with tastefully engaging sound effects,
60 initial 2-consonant blends cards with touch and say visual decoding and blending support and 60 cards with just the blending line! Created with a no-fuss, streamlined "non-kiddy" design for use with young first time readers and older learners
ONE SOUND = ONE DOT.
No frills, just clear touch and say color coded “dots” to practice decoding short vowels, digraphs, and 2-letter initial blends. 216 pages of content....Wowza!
Created without a "kiddy" aesthetic for both older or younger
Just like the weather outside, our feelings, focus, and state of being can change throughout the day. However, these abstract and metacognitive concepts can be a CHALLENGE to recognize or talk about! Teaching students to check their “internal
Pesky aliens have invaded earth and are in search of sight words to capture and examine on their home planet. Your student's mission is to to save the sight words from the alien's clutches! Sight words include Fry First 100 Words--the most frequent
Time is abstract and internally subjective, so telling a kiddo "five more minutes" until a task is over may have little meaning. Visually seeing time left may help students better manage and focus their time during tests or other timed tasks.
Simple first/then visual token board with added flexibility of 5 or 10 trials. Print two sided, laminate, and add velcro to boxes and included token stars.
Fill in your own boardmaker or other symbols to clue your students in to what comes after
I am THRILLED to introduce the first emoji wheel product, based on the research of Paul Ekman.
Use this emotion anchor chart with associated emojis to spur discussions about how students, others, or fictional characters are feeling.
Tech up your speech session by scanning still photos with a free QR code reader app and seeing them come to life! Cinemagraphs, or "living photos" subtly add movement to target present progressive forms or verbs.
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