Today I am linking up with Busy Bee Speech to share a new Holiday Freebie! Make sure you click the picture below to see what other speech bloggers have created. Saying I love the Christmas season is an understatement. I LOOOVVEEEE Christmas!!! One of the best parts of the holiday season are all the parties
While at ASHA, I saw something that caught my eye. Complete Speech was showing off their new app Vowel Viz. I had never seen anything like it and had to know more! This app provides REAL-TIME visual feedback of vowel productions! Vowel Viz uses the iPad’s microphone to map the speaker’s vowel productions over a
I have a few students who do great during speech sessions. They have finally nailed their tongue and lip placement! However, as soon as my back is turned it all disappears! So what to do? I have them participate in my Artic Challenge. How does it work you ask? The student sits at my table
Inferencing is something a lot of my students need to work on but unfortunately I can’t target it everyday. So, I decided to come up with a way to target it every day for all my kids and even the kids who just walked by my room. This packet has 52 weeks of
Cyber Monday is one of my favorite shopping days of the year The sales, the savings, the activities!!! One of the things I enjoy is seeing what other people got during sale, but then I usually see some things that I wish I would have gotten as well. So to help you with some
Well, having pneumonia is no fun, but being confined to the couch leaves a lot of time to be productive on the computer. I was able to finally put the finishing touches a few holiday and winter activities. First up, Sadie and the Snowman: Speech and Language Book Companion. This is my favorite childhood winter
Every year EduBlog invites bloggers to nominate different blogs for recognition. These are blogs that I found to be creative, influential, and of course, entertaining. I can only hope one day to be among the ranks of these talented minds, but until then, I am thrilled to acknowledge them. Best Individual Blog: Sublime Speech
As SLPs, it is part our job to ensure that our students and clients can express themselves in a clear and concise manner. Usually, when we think of expressive language we think verbal, but what about writing? Writing is the a form of expressive language, so why don’t more SLPs target it? According to
Today I am linking up with Jenna over at Speech Room News to share my favorite articulation apps. Click the picture below to see what other app SLPs like to use. 1. Articulate It! by Smarty Ears This is the app I use in therapy. It gives me lots of options to customize
I was so excited to get to attend the ASHA Convention this year! I heard a lot of fantastic speakers who really made me think about my therapy and my approach with the information they presented. I saw a lot of speakers but my two favorite were probably Maryellen Moreau and Michelle Garcia Winner.
It is that time again! Time to thank a wonderful fan for leaving some helpful feedback. Your feedback is so important to me. It lets me know what you like, what you don’t like, want you want more of etc. Your thoughts help me create materials that my students and yours can use and enjoy.
I loved hearing feedback from so many of you about my Halloween Speech Glyphs. So by request I have added ‘Thankful for Glyphs: Thanksgiving Themed Language Glyphs’ to my TpT store. These glyphs are black and white ( YAY on saving color printing! ). They are just coloring glyphs, no cutting or pasting to save