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This simple coloring sheet is for teaching the TH sound in all positions of words. Good for speech therapy, teachers and parents to give their students and children these engaging drawing to color, while they learn their speech sounds! In the
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This engaging coloring sheet has over 60 exciting hand drawn images with words which end in -ts, like parrots, pirates, jets, ants and many more! These articulation coloring sheets are perfect for conducting speech therapy for children who are
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Now consolidated to 3 sheets with 27 flashcards, 9 cards on each page, for easier printing! These simple, yet engaging, hand drawn images teach superlatives such as tall/taller/tallest, happy/happier/happiest, full/fuller/fullest and more! Print
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Two contrasting mouth coloring pages for your student to grasp the difference in articulation/mouth part placement, if your student produces an S with their tongue between their teeth, thus, actually producing a Th sound instead. I like to begin
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This fun coloring page can be printed out for children to color while they are challenged with words with both S and SH speech sounds! Have your students search for a word, then say the word. Once they make the correct production, they can color
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Super fast and simple way to teach pronouns, creating a strong foundation for further lessons. No more incorrect grammar like, "Her is going to the park"! Print, copy and save this worksheet. Have student color the pictures as nicely as they can,
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This bundle contains 17 pages with the following 17 sounds: S, L, Sh, Ch, Th, G, K, B, V, R, M, N, J, T, P, F and NG! /s/, /l/, "sh", "ch", "th", /g/, /k/, /b/, /v/, /r/, /m/, /n/, "j", /t/, /p/, /f/ and "ng" These Coloring pages are perfect for
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Kids love this collection of 8 different sticker/stamp reward charts. A walking mustache, A googly-eyed puffed up puffer fish, An owl with glasses , Some squiggly, smiling worms, A drooping, dripping star fish, A snail on a mushroom, a speedy
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Character Development: A boy thinking about things which will help him be self disciplined. I drew this out on the whiteboard in our speech therapy room. We talked about each bubble. Each student gave real life examples from their lives where
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A simple 3 page story packed for advanced articulation students at least at reading level, with the opportunity for producing /s/ and /z/ in all positions of words. Six Silly Sisters by Nalinne Jones
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A collection of 30 articulation words coloring pages, including s, l, r, th, and more! See the preview for 4 examples, and my page for others!
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Kids get to color the pictures as they master the words with the velar nasal ng sound in words that end in -king.
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Print and cut out these 6 adorable space themed sticker/stamp reward charts. We like to give our kids 2 stickers for each visit, one sticker for coming to speech on time and another for working hard. When they fill up the chart, they get to go to
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These Coloring pages are perfect for teaching articulation! Print them out and have them on hand. Compare the easy to see mouths so kids can see how their mouth needs to look to make the R sound. I hand out the coloring page and ask them to
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This sheet can be used to teach the K sound, mostly in the initial position of words, with some words having the /k/ in the middle and end. Good for speech therapy, teachers and parents to give their students and children these engaging drawing to
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This sheet can be used to teach the interdental TH sound, with words with TH in the middle, beginning and end. Good for speech therapy, teachers and parents to give their students and children these engaging drawing to color, while they learn
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Teach idioms with this literal representation of the idiom "Brainstorming" which sounds like there is a storm in our brain, but really means thinking of ideas! You can add to the collection of other idioms in this shop! Hang them up on the wall
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Kids love this collection of 8 different sticker/stamp reward charts. This is the colored version. A walking mustache, A googly-eyed puffed up puffer fish, An owl with glasses , Some squiggly, smiling worms, A drooping, dripping star fish, A
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Simple hand drawn coloring sheets for kids who do not produce the last sound in words, instead saying "su" for sub, "re" for red or "pe" for pet. This item contains words ending in B, D and T. Hand these out for coloring, or cut them into
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This sheet can be used to teach the L sound and is loaded with fun and engaging words with L in the medial position! Great for speech therapy, teachers and parents to give their students and children these engaging drawing to color, while they
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I worked as a Speech and Language Pathology Assistant in an elementary school, for over 5 years, which gave me the opportunity to come up with creative therapy materials in order to engage students with speech, language and communication disorders grades kindergarten through fifth grade. I used all of my materials regularly, and hope that others will see the value in these straightforward, kid friendly, fun, interactive, engaging, and educational speech therapy materials. Working in an elementary school is fast paced and you have to be super flexible and able to think quickly on your toes! I am in need of new and exciting ways to teach speech on a daily basis. Supplies which are easy to reproduce and easily accessible are must! I found myself constantly searching for materials specific to each child's needs, but didn't have anything that was quite right. One day, I was attempting to teach a very squirmy boy how to say S's in words with s-blends, like, /sp/aghetti, /sm/ile and /Sp/ongeBob (I'm sure many can relate to trying to keep a kindergartner to sit in a chair and pay attention for any length of time, let alone a full half hour!) :) At that moment, I recalled often spending time with my grandmother, Babi, as a little girl. Babi would draw these little forest animals for me. Quick sketches...scribbles, really. They were so cute and simple, yet very engaging! I remember the feeling of being completely calm and focused. So, I scribbled a /sp/oon for the jiggly boy. And the boy said "ssspoon," then he colored the spoon. Then, I drew a slide, and the boy said, "ssslide," then he colored the slide. That was it...he was sitting in his chair, listening to me, waiting for the next word, repeating the word and actually producing the correct sound! He was hooked! And that was the beginning of my journey in drawing articulation therapy materials! Since then, I have made many other materials for speech and even for a few co-workers. I'm no Picasso-ette, but hey, simple scribbles work :) Yay! Thank you, Babi!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Whatever it takes, Flexibility, Drawing, Communicating, Acting like a kid at the right time, Relating to the kids, Having fun, Setting clear boundaries, Giving chances, Smiling when you're happy, Explaining how certain behaviors could make people feel, Teaching and taking perspective, BOARD GAMES are the best resource because they give great opportunity to teach communication, turn-taking, sharing, good sportsmanship, friendship, coping skills for losing, perspective, empathy, compassion, dealing with various and quickly changing emotions, language, numbers, shapes, math, volume and voice control, self-esteem! Those are just the benefits off the top of my head!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Honor Roll, Dean's List and Presidents List at College and University

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Throughout my life, I have taken many random courses in Art, Language, Storytelling and Child Development. I have earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communicative Disorders, from and amazing team of professors at California State University Long Beach, and hold a California Speech-Language Pathology Assistant License. I owe all of my practical education to a group of amazing women, between two campuses in the school district. First, Irene Hennssey. She is an amazing Speech Therapist, who gives much of her free time to Cancer Patients in the Cancer Society, works with veterans, and was herself a professor at the very school from which I graduated. Also to Anne Lang whom I had a first real conversation with on the Shuttle from class to the parking lot. She ended up being an amazing and independent, and on the fast track to becoming the amazing Speech Pathologist she is! On top of it she teaches at the University where we had once met. She was part of the first team I ever worked with, along with Kristy Parr, from whom I learned the importance of games and turn taking. Ahn Mai, who is very intelligent and focused, Carrie, who was a pretty new mom. Each one of them worked other campuses at the same time! Then I worked with Ruth Ketchersid, who was the sweetest, prettiest, woman ever :) I wonder how she's doing... We were all trying to keep the Speech department afloat until the district hired a new, full time Speech and Language Pathologist. Then came the every cool and kick back, Laura Janovick, recently nay nee Roberts, and now a new mommy, too! Yay for Speech Baby! <3 I learned that it's possible to be effective at this job without stressing over it too much. And she also likes tea and always eats and apple. She eats delicious looking homemade sandwiches for lunch. Recently, I have been working with the fabulous Sharon Dolphin, who is the super-sweet super woman in the flesh! Always making fancy, healthy meals, with adorable and amazing kiddos, who talks as much as me and is also into all the health food stuff I always talk about and has great heals! I've learned to be flexible and deal well with my time, materials, lesson, assemblies, schedule changes, the kids moods, tech stuff, lack of resources, asbestos scare, kids moving schools, my own son changing schools due to asbestos, their moods, my moods, everybody else's moods and with all sorts of changes in SLP's, I think I have a widespread understanding about how to do therapy in an fun, relaxed, yet rigorous and effective way! I get an idea spur of the moment or when something is in need, but we don't have the right materials. I draw it out and then am eager to share it so other can use these materials. We all need a vacation asap...and a raise. 'll spell check later, time to post. :)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Engaging Hand Drawn Games and Therapy Materials I recently moved to Michigan after living in Southern California for most of my life. My passions are drawing, photography, fulfilling creative ideas and using art to educate and help children. Currently, I am in the (not sure how many years, now) process of writing, illustrating and publishing an educational children's alphabet picture book. Each letter of the alphabet is brought to life with unique and colorful illustrations and artful alliteration. Many of my images can be made into various items on cafe press, such as mugs, smartphone cases, mouse pads, shirts, bags and much more! My fondest childhood memories are of summers in Poland. Weeks of warm freshly picked strawberry and blueberry stained chins and elbows. Orange days spent lazily dragging my fingers across the mercury mirrored lakes. Watching the sun playfully sparkle on the glistening water reflecting off my black eyelashes. Singing szanty with my pirate peers. Twenty teens and zero parents for 3 glorious weeks, with just backpacks an tents. Free to roam all around the country! Climbing and exploring castle ruins. Swimming through thick oceans of golden rye fields, speckled with bright red poppy surprises. Getting chased by swans. Hitchhiking. During this time, and thanks to my great aunt Zofia Moes (or Ciocia Zula, who is one of 9 of Nalinne's grandmother's siblings) I was fortunate enough to participate in five pilgrimages walking across Poland. Three of the pilgrimages where for people with disabilities who bravely traveled by foot or wheelchair through beautiful, history filled cities, quaint towns and vast countryside, while singing, rain or shine, all the way to the Jasna Gora Monestary in Czestochowa. Arm in arm for days with nothing but their fanny packs while on their own personal spiritual journeys. Once there, with thousands of other pilgrims from around the word, they fall to the ground in the shape of the cross. Some even say they have been healed. My mission is to continue writing and illustrating children's books and creating amazing therapy materials for children with autism and other disabilities. In the future, I hope to create an organization which will meld art and therapy into one.

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