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

S…peachy Feedback


Today I am linking up with Nicole Allison over at Speech Peeps to say thank you for your feedback.  Your kind words and helpful suggestions are invaluable!   Make sure you click the image below to see who other SLPs chose, it might be you!   I went through all of your comments after this

Prep Positions: App Review and Giveaway!


Today I am super excited to share a new app Smarty Ears! Prep Positions is fun, circus themed app that targets, you guessed it, prepositions. I noticed some new features right away. First, there was voice guided set up and prompts when I opened the app. It walks you through setting up the student profiles,

S-Blend Craftivity FREEBIE


I love to do hands on activities whenever I can.  This new craftivity will make working on /s/-blends more fun than going through flash cards.  You will just need a paper plate ( the cheapy ones work best ), some paint or crayons, and glue! Have the student  say the word on each square. Students

What’s In Your Cart?


The sun is shinning, the birds are chirping, and there is another TpT sale about to start!  Now that I know what my caseload is going to look like next year, I am super excited to stock up on some new materials.  Make sure you click the image below to see what other SLPs are

Story Clips


I have been loving watching my kids play with my pronoun clip and grammar clip activities. They keep little minds thinking and little hands busy! So I decided to make some for comprehension since we all know how much I love using books in speech. There are 6 Story Clips: Snow White and the 7

Quick Reference Resources for SLPs


Have you ever gotten those questions that have you in a slight panic as you search through all your speechie knowledge for the answer?  ” When should they start using pronouns?”,  ” When should they have this sound?”, etc.   Here are some great quick reference resources that you can go to when these questions

Earth Day Activities

Even though the cover is in color it still looks super cute in black and white.

Earth day is April 22!  Not only do I have a freebie to share with you, but some activity ideas as well. First, I have a FREEBIE foldable, Earth Day minibook for you in my TpT store.  You can just print it off and get to work.  Students can work on various goals as they

Pronoun Clips

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Brand new to my TpT store, Pronoun Clips! This interactive, and adorable, activity is geared towards Pre-K to 2nd grade students working on pronoun concepts: he, she, him, her, they, and them.    The ‘pronoun kids’ are big! Like a full sheet of paper big!  This makes it easy for little hands to grab and

The CELF-5 vs CASL


While getting ready for an evaluation, my student’s parents told me the child’s outside speech had also done some testing. When I looked at the evaluation they gave me I saw she gave the CELF-5. Ugh. This is my go-to test.  It is my happy place when it comes to evaluations.  I feel comfortable giving