Speech Time Fun

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Speech Time Fun
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Not only is this resource no prep, but it is also able to be used for more than just articulation practice! A long list of sounds are targeted by the stories in this product, and there are a wealth of skills and concepts targeted, such as
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Looking for more ways to work on articulation carryover? This resource is perfect for mixed speech and language groups, and your students will have a blast creating fun, imaginative stories. Plus, they'll work on skills like articulation, fluency,
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Look no further for easy to prep, hands on activities, that can be used with mixed groups, push-in, inclusion sessions, and tons of fun! Perfect for speech and language groups of all ages and levels. Only 2-4 materials required, most you already
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I have the answer to your problems: This collection of no prep seasonal scenes activities for use with mixed groups! You can engage not only a variety of learners but also a variety of ages--and did I mention a variety of skills,
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Planning for mixed speech groups can be challenging. That is why I created an easy to prep activity that can be used to address a variety of speech and language goals.
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Not only is this resource no prep, but it is also able to be used for more than just articulation practice! A long list of sounds are targeted by the comics in this product, and there are a wealth of other essential skills and concepts targeted
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My roll, say, and color activities are extremely popular, and this one is no different. Celebrate fall with this fun fall-themed articulation activity. This is an excellent way to practice many sounds in the initial and final positions. These
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I have the answer to your problems: these cheat sheets for language prompts for use with mixed speech and language groups! You can engage not only a variety of learners but also a variety of ages--and did I mention a variety of skills, too?! No
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Tier 2 vocabulary encompasses words that often occur in mature language situations, so this product best targets older students and mixed groups. I think you'll find that your students will have a lot of fun learning vocabulary with these word
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I created this low prep roll, say, and color activity to help get you rolling at the beginning of the school year. Your students will demonstrate their articulation abilities with various sounds, and you will gather some baseline information about
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My articulation resources are a huge hit, and it's easy to see why: Kids LOVE these roll, say, and color activities! This Valentine's Day-themed artic resource allows your students to target a variety of sounds and initial clusters, and they'll get
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This no-prep articulation resource is exactly what you need to work with your students who have various artic targets! There are 36 opportunities to practice EACH target sound in this resource, and there are plenty of opportunities for fun! Your
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Kids LOVE my roll, say, and color articulation resources, and this holiday-themed resource will be just as popular! Students receive 36 opportunities to practice each target sound, and I've created a review worksheet to go along with it! You won't
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Winter is usually a gloomy time of year, so pump up the fun and smiles with this roll, say, and color articulation activity! Not only will your students have 36 opportunities to practice each target sound, but they'll also be so engaged in what
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This is fun, winter-themed file with a variety of minimal pairs. For each set, I used initial position, since it is the easiest to illustrate and is where most are beginning with. This resource can be used with students up to 8th grade level!
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Use these cards with the popular board game, Taboo! Taboo is an incredibly fun game, and I've created these articulation cards so that you can adapt the game for fun, engaging, and authentic articulation practice in your speech
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Work on functional CV, VC, and multisyllabic words with this fun transportation-themed activity! All of your students will love this activity, but I bet that especially the boys in your therapy room will really connect with it! They'll have a great
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Have fun working articulation sounds with this fun summer-themed activity! This low prep resource allows your students to practice each target sound 36 times, and a review worksheet is included! Make working and learning in the summertime more
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This resource makes for a really fun way for primary students to practice their articulation sounds during the Halloween season! I've heard over and over again that kids love feeding things, so they'll love feeding their articulation sounds to the
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Are you bored with your articulation activities? Are you too busy to prep crafts that can target speech sounds? This cut-and-glue craft pack is for you, then! Your students will have fun working on their articulation sounds while completing these
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I am a licensed speech-language pathologist with experience working with preschool through high school aged students in NY. I have been practicing since 2007. I have been on TpT since 2012. I work with students with articulation, language, and pragmatic goals. **Author of the blog sepeechtimefun.com**


I believe in individualized instruction, multisensory approaches, and using visual aids to assist in meeting students' goals. Students benefit from fun and motivating instructional materials. By breaking down tricky concepts and teaching students strategies, it will allow them to carry them over and use them outside the speech therapy room. My expertise is breaking down higher level thinking skills so students can be successful! **I provide engaging activities that incorporate compensatory strategies for students to help reduce stress on a busy SLP!**


I have been featured on several other blogs and websites. I have also been named one of ASHA's "The Best Speech-Language Pathologist Blogs from ‘A to Z’". I have written two guest blog posts for the ASHA Leader Blog. I have also been featured in the ASHA Leader Blogjam section. I have done several webinars and even presented at the ASHA convention in 2016. To see where I have been featured and my PD history, visit my blog!


I have a BA in communicative disorders and sciences from the University at Buffalo and a MS in speech-language pathology from Adelphi University. I am certified through ASHA. I also have a NYS teaching certification for speech-language pathology (TSSLD).


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