Speech Time Fun

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Build your students' skills in identifying the main idea with these three games and accompanying review worksheets. All three games have students practicing how to find the main idea, but each game works in a different way. All games incorporate
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Encourage your students to improve their skills in expressing the meanings of unknown tier 2 vocabulary words with the help of these games. Your students will have fun playing BINGO and Jeopardy, all while improving their context clues skills.
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Target your teenage students with these activities designed specifically for older students. While still providing students with visuals and prompts, older students will be able to practice their compare and contrast skills in meaningful ways.
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Your students will better understand how to make inferences in no time thanks to these "real life" photographs. Reach your students at all levels with the help of these photos. Inferencing is one of the hardest skills to teach, but incorporating
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Your older students likely still need practice with sequencing, but you want to give them age-appropriate materials--I know! The reading passages included in this sequencing packet are appropriate for older students and rigorous enough to help them
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I know you have a lot of students with comparing and contrasting targets (don't we all?!), so you'll find this resource extremely helpful! It includes real-life photographs, so it would be perfect for older students and for ELL students! This
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Your students will better understand the difference between story clues and experience clues thanks to these activities. Build their ability to make inferences by teaching them the difference between facts and inferences and the difference between
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Present your students with summarizing activities that are actually fun! Your students will enjoy writing or telling summaries based on the popular movies and stories included in this product. This is a challenging skill for many students to master,
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Practice identifying and expressing synonyms and antonyms with vocabulary appropriate for older students. The sentences used are also motivating and appropriate for this age group. Your search for resources for older kids is over! NOTE: This
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Not only is this resource no prep, but it is also able to be used for more than just inferencing practice! Fifteen comics are provided, as well as graphic organizers, visuals, and more! Your students will have fun while working on this tricky
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Target auditory memory with the variety of games and visuals included in this resource. Your students will be able to improve their auditory memory, listening skills, and comprehension by playing these fun and engaging games. Plus, with a "magic"
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Encourage your students to dig deep and practice verbally expressing and writing summaries using nonfiction texts with this print-and-go pack! The Lexile levels used span 760-1120, and the reading levels span S-Z.
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Get your teenage students learning and practicing 30 new, age-appropriate vocabulary terms with this resource. The activities will have them learning in relevant ways that aren't too childish. But, they'll still spice up your instruction and provide
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This is a fun-filled companion to the book The Napping House by Audrey Wood. The activities in this packet cross a number of skills and disciplines, including sequencing, following directions, answering questions, vocabulary, and more. Engage your
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I created this companion pack for Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst. Touch on a variety of learning goals and skills with the resources included. Feedback on this product reveals that it's not only being
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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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Use this resource pack to introduce, practice, and review Common Core vocabulary related to ELA. Designed for Grades K-4, it covers all of your vocabulary needs for you to teach and practice in your speech and language therapy
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Encourage your students to dig deep and practice answering literal and inferential questions with this print-and-go pack! This resource covers the Common Core standards of RL3.1, RL4.1, and RL5.1. Help your speech and language students grasp this
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Use this pack along with the book The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch. The activities are designed to target a variety of age levels and higher level thinking skills! Your elementary students will love these resources and
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Work on auditory comprehension using a visualization strategy. This pack includes 10 different practice sets using 10 different themes, and it can be used with a variety of ages and skill levels! You can do so much to reinforce this vital
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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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