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Use this card game to practice responding to tricky comprehension questions in a fun and motivating way! This is an excellent resource for upper elementary and middle school students who need more practice answering complex questions. It's made fun
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Mystery solving is an in-demand activity in classrooms everywhere, so your students are sure to be ecstatic about this "top secret" context clues card game! Help your students master context clues using tier 2 vocabulary words with the help of this
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Teaching and practicing summarizing skills doesn't have to be boring. Spice up your instruction with this fun and engaging card game! Your students will practice making summaries with the "Somebody Wanted But So Then" method--and they'll be experts
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This "secret mission"-themed activity practices making inferences, expressing evidence, using academic language, and higher order thinking using levels 2-4 of Webb's Depth of Knowledge. I can't think of a better way to help your students show growth
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You'll have to try to avoid getting a sweet tooth with this engaging WH- questions resource! Your students will practice a variety of skills, including listening, asking questions, and answering questions. I've provided lots of resources to make
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Context clues are key to building vocabulary, and many kids struggle with them, unfortunately! This detective-themed activity breaks down the four different types of context clues to allow you to work on each type individually or to mix them all
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Do you have little detectives in your speech room? If so, then they'll love the opportunity to solve the mysteries in this cause and effect activity! There are two levels included, and your students will receive clues when they answer cause and
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Let's be honest: Comparing and contrasting can be a bit dull. Why not liven it up with this card game? Your students will have a blast while they sharpen their skills in comparing and contrasting things, learning how to express similarities and
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Liven up your winter with this fun summarizing card game that has a winter theme! Winter can be the toughest time of year to teach, so every little thing that makes our instruction more engaging is helpful. Your students will improve their skills in
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Challenge your students in a fun and meaningful way with this activity about making inferences and expressing evidence! Your students will in engage in higher level thinking, based on levels 2-4 of Webb's Depth of Knowledge. But, this resource is so
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Keep learning while celebrating St. Patrick's Day with these fun summarizing cards. Your students will practice the "Somebody Wanted But So Then" method of making summaries, in addition to practice verbal expression skills. This product is a
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Do your students have summer on the brain? This summer-themed main idea activity is perfect for your upper elementary students who need some extra practice! This resource is packed with a card game, a board game, reading passages, and
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Teaching and practicing summarizing skills doesn't have to be boring. Spice up your instruction with this Valentine's Day-themed card game! Your students will practice making summaries with the "Somebody Wanted But So Then" method--and they'll be
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Build your students' skills in making and expressing inferences with these three games and accompanying review worksheets. All three games have students practicing how to respond to inferential questions, but each game works in a different way. All
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Search no more for a QR code-based activity that you can add to your instruction! This activity will have your students making predictions and inferences, all while learning how to use technology appropriately and effectively. Plus, they'll have a
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Help your speech therapy students improve their ability to answer yes/no questions with this engaging St. Patrick's Day-themed card game. Your students will get to play a fun game, and if they draw a "Lucky You" card, then they get a bonus turn!
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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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