Verbs can be a tough area to work on with students. Luckily, Smarty Ears has an app to help with that! iPractice Verbs is an app that let’s students learn and practice their skills using regular and irregular verbs. Set up, of course, is a breeze. Just enter in the students name and have them
We all know that April is Autism Awareness Month. So, I was so excited when all4mychild asked if I wanted to review their IMAGINE Checklist. This checklist is an observational assessment of 7 different areas of social communication and interaction for children ages 4-10. You can find information about the developmental norms by tapping
This year I have had to get extra creative to target the goals in some groups. I decided to make this activity to combine some goals and hopefully save some sanity. I have several students working on predicting and inferring. These student are also in groups that target figurative language. Sooo….. TADA, Inferring and
As SLPs we come across people with Autism sometimes on a daily basis, but what about our family and friends who don’t? Here are some tips you can share with your friends and family for when they are in a conversation with some who has Autism. 1. People with Autism have difficulties with non-verbal cues.
Felice from The Dabbling Speechie is hosting an awesome linky and I just had to join in the fun. She wants TpT folks to share how they took the plunge into TpT. When I first discovered TpT I did what most do, scan for good freebies. I did this for awhile let me tell you.
As part of Autism Awareness month I wanted share some books that you can share with your students. Friend Like Simon by Kate Gaynor Like Me: My Book of Autism Heroes by Jennifer Elder Autism Acceptance Book by Ellen Sabin Friend Has Autism by Amanda Tourville Andy His Yellow Frisbee by Mary Thompson I hope
Over the years we have all picked up a tip here or a trick there. That little piece of information that can help to nudge a student of that plateau of progress and start trending upwards to success. I don’t know about you but sometimes I feel like there are so many tips that I
Happy Autism Awareness Month! All month long I will be bringing you posts with information and activities that you can share with your students, buildings, and a families to help increase Autism awareness. We all have those children, students, and populations that we just love. Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely ADORE all my
Spring is finally here! Well, at least that is what is says on the calendar, outside may be a different story. Either way, I am getting in the spring time spirit. To help bring those blooming showers and sprinkles of rain into my speech room I made my first thematic unit, Let’s Grow! A Thematic
iName it is an app by Smarty Ears that was originally designed for those with aphasia. However, this app can be used to help older students with language difficulties as well! I don’t know about you but some of my older students ( even my 5th graders ) think they are just to cool
Oh vocabulary. This seems like an area I am always working on with my kids. Real Vocabulary Pro by Virtual Speech Center is a new app that has vocabulary covered! There is a video tutorial that walks you through the app and its features. I recommend watching it. It is just a few minutes and
I love apps that help me save space and that I can use with lots of kids! Speech Flipbook by Tactus Therapy Solutions is just that. This app takes those old fashioned articulation flip books and puts all those great sounds ( and more ) into an app. There is a great tutorial that