Summer Foldable Minibook


Looking for something quick and fun? This summer themed, foldable minibook is NO PREP and ready to go!  Have students practice their speech and language skills as they discuss summer. Just print and go!  Students can draw or write their responses and, of course decorate.  The cover is in color but looks just as cute […]

Fresh New Look and Fun New GIVEAWAY!


Notice anything different? Yup, that’s right, The Speech Bubble SLP got a makeover!  It’s not that I didn’t like the old look, I just felt that it was time for a change, an update if you will.  Below is a before and after, what do you think? Things are a brighter and more vibrant.  Bubbles, […]

Board Games are Back!


I’ve noticed the novelty and excitement of using the iPad has started to fade a bit with my kids. I find them asking to play some of my board game and non-iPad activities instead. I never thought that I would see the day when a fifth grader would choose Candy Land over Angry Birds! Since […]

Summer Books for Speech

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Books are not just for school!  Here are my favorite summertime books that can be used to keep those speech and language skills growing through the long, summer days. 1. Summer Day and Summer Nights 2. One HOT Summer Day 3. A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee 4. The Very Quiet Cricket 5. Fourth of […]

No Food, No Problem


I see all these adorable and delicious ways to use food in therapy.  It looks like a blast and a great way to keep kids interested and engaged.  I used to use little treats but with all the concerns about food allergies and dietary restrictions now a days, my school banned outside food.  I don’t […]

Artic Clips: Blends Edition FREEBIE


Thanks so everyone for the wonderful feedback about my Clips activities. I have gotten lots of email requests for other activities and have had a blast getting them going.  So until those are ready, I thought I would post a Clip freebie for you all so you can take them for a test drive! This […]



It’s the end of the year, which means my kids are tuning out and I needed something new to hold their interest.  I needed something interactive, but easy and quick to prepare. Build-a-Monster is a following directions activity that has students use Play Doh to demonstrate their skills.  Students choose cards and listen to the […]

Speech Racer LITE App Review


Finding materials to target /r/ can be tricky. If you have students who are only working on /r/, finding new materials that are engaging is tough! Complete Speech, makers of the app Vowel Viz, have just released a Lite, and FREE, version of their newest app, Speech Racer! Speech Racer, geared towards children 6 and […]

Why I Keep Buying From TpT


Another TpT sale has come and gone and I’m setting a date with my printer and laminator.   After the sale I was gabbing about all my new goodies with a friend who asked an interesting question… ‘Why do you keep buying stuff from TpT?’ She was curious why I continued to purchase materials when I […]

Social Detective App Review


I am a big fan of Social Thinking’s philosophy and materials. Today I am so happy to share a new APP from Social Thinking! The Social Detective app is the 1st level of the You are a Social Detective ! CD.   Both are, you guessed it, based off of the teachings of Social Thinking’s book, […]

End of the Year Gear


It’s May, which means the end of the school year is quickly approaching. This is when I get a lot of questions from parents about what they can do with their student in the summer to keep those great speech and language skills growing.     I like activity calendars the best. Parent feedback has told me […]

Ideas for Poppers in Speech Therapy


Lately, I have been seeing lots of pics and posts about these super cute ball poppers!  I found one at Hobby Lobby  and one at Michaels.   Let me tell you, these little toys have been such a hit with my kids!  Today, I wanted to share some ideas on how to use them in […]