Showing posts with label TPT. Show all posts
Showing posts with label TPT. Show all posts

Monday, June 30, 2014

2014-2015 Speech Therapy Planner Review

How do you like to keep track of your paperwork and keep your speechie self organized?  Do you use a computer-based calendar?  A fancy expensive planner?  A TPT product?  Your phone?  Post-it notes scattered all over your desk?  I think I've probably used all of the above in the past.  For some reason I keep going back to good old paper.  I just love pretty printables and designs and washi tape.

Now I do use my outlook calendar for appointment reminders, but for the million other things I have to organize and keep track of I'm just loving my planner!  A couple of you have asked how I set mine up and use get excited because I made a little video to review it!  I wanted to go ahead and show it to you now before I started filling it out with a bunch of confidential info.  ;)  You can view it near the bottom of this post.

I've also added 2014-2015 calendar add-ons for those of you who don't want to sit and hand write in all of the months.  There are even a few additional covers included as well!  The calendar and covers match the rest of my newly updated planner and are available in both colors and black-and-white.

Here is a little preview of what's inside the TPT full planner packet!

All of these pages are available in both color and black-and-white as well!  Check out my full review from my video here:

Enter the contest on the Rafflecopter below for a chance to win both the Speech Therapy Planner and the 2014-15 Calendar Add-Ons!  Good luck!

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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Summer Worksheets with a Freebie! :)

Summer is right around the corner for me.  Only one more week of school left!  Woohoo!  If you've got longer, don't be too jealous.  I have to go back to work August 4th!!  Bleh so early.  But no worries.  I've got a new worksheet pack to get you through the craziness of  the rest of the year.

This one is similar to the rest of my homework packs.  It comes with 13 generic worksheets including do-a-dots, roll and color, tic-tac-toe, cut and glue activities, drawing, and more.

It also comes with 5 worksheets for /r/ and 5 for /s/ with the words already filled in for you.  :)

Cute right?  I've already used them with my kids and they loved it!  This pack is available in my TPT store HERE.

And for an extra special end-of-the-year treat, you can grab a couple of extra dot worksheets for FREE!  Just click here to access them!  

Happy end of school!  

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Earth Day Freebies!

Well hello there.  Sorry I've been suuuper MIA lately.  Drama on the home front, but hopefully I can now get back to some bloggy fun!  

Earth Day is this week, and since I'm on spring break right now, we'll be celebrating it all next week in therapy.  In case you're in my same boat, I've got some fun Earth Day freebies for you!  And if not, just stick it in your files for next year!  :)  

Check out Earth Day Sequencing!  

There are 3 types of sequencing activities plus a blank sequencing sheet.  It comes with 3-step picture sequencing cards.

Arrange the steps in order cards

Tell the steps question cards

A blank sequencing sheet for any Earth Day type event you'd like.

You can grab this freebie at my TPT store HERE!  I also have a print and go black and white packet that I made last year.  You can grab that freebie HERE.  :)  These activities could actually be used any time.  It's always a good time to talk about ways to help the environment. 

Enjoy!  Happy Earth Day!

Monday, March 24, 2014

Oldies But Goodies: Spring

I'm so glad that spring is finally here!  Even though we are still having some chilly mornings, the sun has been happy and here for the most part.  Here are a few of the blooms from my yard.  It's just so much more cheerful out there!  :)

To start this season off right, here are few oldies but goodies geared for your favorite seasonal springtime holidays!

1.  The Umbrella Book Companion Pack

This one isn't super exclusive to spring, but I just love reading this book around this time of year.  The Umbrella by Jan Brett is one of my favorites full of fun rainforest creatures!  Read more about this product at my blog post here.

2.  Easter Worksheets and HW Pack

This Easter bunny themed homework pack is great for my artic kids.  There are lots of fun cut and glue activities and games included.  Plus, it's all black and white.  Perfect for printing and going!  Check it out here.

3.  Chick Artic Memory

My kids love memory and these cute chicks don't disappoint.  Bright and colorful, these artic cards are great for any type of matching game.  Read more about it here.

4.  Easter Treat Speech Freebie

Jellybeans anyone?  This is another one of my food freebies that's made to be played with real (or pretend) jellybeans!  Open-ended games are always a hit in my speech room.  Check out the blog post here.

5.  Happy Easter Biscuit Freebie

We love Biscuit in our speech room!  Check out this blog post for a free mini book companion pack and a peek at how I use it.

6.  Fluency Pinwheels

Here's a springtime fluency game that's great for this time of year.  Make your own pinwheels or play the card game.  Check it out at this blog post.

7.  Blooming Preschool Language

This pre-K language game is kind of like the spring version of my Penguin Preschool Packet.  It targets goals like prepositions, categories, basic concepts, and more.  Read more about it HERE!

Hope some of these help you!!  :)

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Fluency Task Cards & a {giveaway}

It's Mardi Gras, y'all!  I'm enjoying my day off work avoiding going outside, since it's full of yucky icy rain.  Blah.  I'm SO ready for spring and flip flops!  Time off work means a little more time to work on materials, sooo I've got a new one for you!

Lots of you grabbed my Task Cards for Articulation during the big TPT sale, so I'm happy to introduce Task Cards for Fluency!

There are 10 fluency decks included in this download.  The topics include:

Each of these topics contain 12 task cards (except Speech Machine, which has 8).  The way you can use these can vary depending on the age and abilities of your student.  Some kids who have been in therapy a while might be able to do most of these independently, making it great as a center activity.  Some kids who are new to therapy or who are younger may need more of your guidance.

Here are a few examples of some of the cards:

Relaxation Exercises

Strategy Definitions

Types of Disfluency

Myth or Facts - based on information from 

Strategy Practice - words, phrases, sentences, and conversation levels 

Feelings and Emotions

Speech Machine

These are perfect to use alongside a game or other reinforcement activity.  I find it to be a great resource in general to have on hand.  Th fluency cards can be organized the same way as the artic cards are organized.  I use a flip flop holder.  

Since there are more decks, I might just put one ring in the corner and do one deck on each side.  I've included a top cover sheet as well as deck covers in the packet.  There are also FEB strategy cards and a definition page, which you happen to also be able to grab for free here.

These Fluency Task Cards are available for purchase at my TPT store!

I'm also ready to giveaway a FREE copy of this entire packet!  Just enter in the Rafflecopter below!!  

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

What's In My Cart?

My cart is filling up fast.  I'm getting it ready for the big TPT site wide sale coming up this week!  Woohoo!  I love a good sale.  :)

Big sales like this one only happens a few times a year on TPT, so I like taking advantage of them when they do.  We are celebrating 3 million teachers on TPT (!), and you can take up to 28% off your entire purchase when you enter the code TPT3 at checkout. :)

Jenna over at Speech Room News is hosting a linky party for everyone to share what's in their cart!

Before I let you peek into my cart, here are a few items from my own store you might be interested in!

  • Common Core RtI Packs for K-2 and 3-5

Now, here's what I have ready and waiting in my cart...all set for me to click buy!  There are some amazing sellers out there, y'all!  Check em out!

~Catch a Leprechaun writing craftivity from A Cupcake for a Teacher

~Ultimate Data Collection Binder for Speech and Language

Cute stuff, right?  Go ahead on over to SRN and check out the linky to see what's in everyone else's cart!  
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