Speech Time Fun

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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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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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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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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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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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Are you looking for a way to jazz up activities in your speech therapy room? This yes/no question resource gives your students visual aids to help them answer the question correctly. You can use it as a game, as a review, or even as an
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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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Your middle and high school students will appreciate this category sorting activity made just for them! Gone are the days of age-INappropriate resources for older students! Your students will build vocabulary, sort words, practice appropriate
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This pack helps students practice using context clues to express definitions of unknown words. The words were selected are tier 2 vocabulary words for grades 4-6. Your students will enjoy the Halloween theme of this
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Practicing recall and auditory comprehension skills has never been more engaging with this football-themed activity! This is perfect for elementary and middle school students and can be used in the fall or around the Super Bowl! All passages are a
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Have you been searching for a resource that teaches cause and effect in a meaningful way? Search no more! These picture cards use real life photographs, making them perfect for all students but especially for older students and ELLs! You'll use
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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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Practice using context clues strategies with this activity created for upper elementary and middle school students. This resource includes a card game, a visual, and a review worksheet, so it makes a great resource for practicing context clues using
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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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Make learning inferences more fun and approachable with this party-themed resource! Your upper elementary students will really enjoy this resource and will strengthen their skills in making inferences while reading and comprehending! NOTE: This
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Five activities in one download: That's what you get in this resource pack! Social skills are critical to teach, and this 5-in-1 resource will help your students practice appropriate social skills in a variety of ways through games and
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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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Are you looking for a bundle of context clues activities that you can use across grade levels? The activities included in this bundle provide fun, interactive ways to teach and practice context clues using tier 2 vocabulary words. Your students are
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Planning for life skills 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. Perfect for mixed groups too! Print and go or use with an
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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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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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