There are a growing number of SLP sellers on Teachers Pay Teachers, some well-known and some not so much… So I thought that I would put the question out there to sellers: What is the #1 preposition resource that you have made? Enjoy looking through this list – I hope that you not only find… Continue reading The List: Preposition Resources on TpT
If you haven’t yet realised, ‘speech’ is my favourite area and I always have those kiddos who my usual sound elicitation techniques fall flat with… and so the hunt begins! I’ve rounded up a few different sound elicitation techniques below but I would love to know if I’m missing something spectacular. 1. The Book: While… Continue reading Smart Tips YOU Need for Speech Sound Elicitation
There is no ‘one size fits all’ in the world of AAC. I have lots of kids with ASD and preschoolers with developmental delays who are such visual learners and love the same hands on activities: play dough and blocks. I’ve been trying to think for a while how I could make some flexible, simple-complex… Continue reading Have FUN with AAC Communication Boards in Play!
I made these Cluster Reduction sequencing supports after seeing the frustration and hearing the ‘I just can’t do it!’ from a 9 year-old client who really should have eliminated the process of cluster reduction by now. He was sick of minimal pairs but had great auditory discrimination. He just couldn’t put that ‘s’ sound in… Continue reading S Clusters Speech Therapy Sequences That Will Make Therapy Easy!
Engaging teenagers in therapy can be a goal in itself, so I’d like to share my favourite free app that I use with this population: Quandary. With an interesting back-story about life in a new colony on the planet Braxos and some comic book style graphics and layouts it almost instantly arises curiosity. This app… Continue reading Your #1 fave & FREE app for teenagers
Are you ignoring phonological awareness goals in your therapy? There are so many reasons to integrate these activities with your preschool and early school-aged students. Both your sound disordered and language delayed kids are at a significantly higher risk to start school with delayed phonological awareness which can later on impact reading acquisition, so it… Continue reading Polysyllabic & Multisyllabic Words: Cards! Pictures! Worksheets!
So I opened my store on TpT about 2 months ago and like anything new, it has been a really steep learning curve. Today I’m making a compilation of all the blog posts and YouTube videos that I used to make products and get my Teachers Pay Teachers store up and running. So… what am… Continue reading Getting started on TpT: a collection of blog posts and video tutorials
Who doesn’t want to pick up their life and work and travel across the world? It was life-changing, eye-opening, amazing. But I wasn’t mentally prepared for all the little things it takes to actually get you there. These are the things I wish somebody had told me first…. 1. The whole process can take a… Continue reading 5 Things I wish I knew before working overseas as an SLP
Cute animals + Prepositions = Let’s target expressive and receptive language goals. I can say with 99.9% certainty that every child I have ever worked with who presents with language delays has difficulties either understanding or using prepositions. It took me 10 years, but I have finally made some Flash Cards and accompanying Playing Cards… Continue reading Preposition Concept Playing & Flash Cards
There are just soooo many apps out there and my iPad has pages and pages of them. But while I was on maternity leave I sat down and did a massive cull. I find that I am always going back to the same handful of apps over and over again and because who doesn’t love… Continue reading Your #1 fave & FREE language app