As a traveler, I know to have a little flashlight on me for nights when the electricity goes out. So I was utterly disappointed in myself when I was assessing my first student in America and realised that I did not have a pen light for observing their oral structures… until I remembered my ‘traveling’ key chain flashlight. I now… View Post
You asked for them and here they are! Find four different sets of triple S-Blend cards. There are 12 images in each set, great for working on speech goals. They cover words starting with ‘str’, ‘spr’, ‘scr’ and ‘squ’. Free Download from my TPT store.
If you have a ring toss, then get ready for a competitive game! I love using the ring toss for children who glide their ‘r’ to ‘w’ as the child has a strong motivation to say their ‘r’ sound correctly – they get a ring and can toss it! MATERIALS: A ring toss set Picture card of a ‘wing’. HOW… View Post
If you are like me and need a little chart for classifying pronouns and understanding which order children usually develop them, then this handy bookmark is for you! You will find the type of pronoun (e.g. possessive, demonstrative, objective etc.) and then specific pronouns within each classification (e.g. mine/ours are possessive pronouns). Free Download from my TPT store HOW DO… View Post
Most of these mini social books are developed in response to children who I am working with. I find that my student’s really need to ‘know’ all the details about an area for them to learn and apply a social-pragmatic skill. While typical social stories have been very useful, I teach this ‘question & answer’ style as well, because these… View Post