Hands on and crafty activities are wonderful for speech and language development! They engage different senses, target multiple goals, and they are also super fun for you and your students! But let’s face it they can be messy, take up time, and take up valuable space! So how can you do hands on activities without going crazy? Don’t worry, I’ve… Read More
Archives for August 2015
Nothing is more fun than starting off the new school year with fun new apps! Today I want to share Speech Racer by Complete Speech with you. I posted about their Lite version a few months ago, you can read that here. Today, I want to show you their full app that was just released. If you have students who… Read More
Emojis are everywhere these days, from your text messages to commercials. Why not use emoji inferencing to make therapy a bit more functional for our tech savvy students?
The air is getting chillier, the trees are starting to change color. It must be fall! I love fall, it’s probably my favorite season. The colors, the sweaters, the cider. Can it get any better? Well, yes it can! I have a new activity that is perfect for getting kids in the fall mood and working on language. Keep little… Read More
Getting ready for a new year is always crazy. Setting up my room, grabbing files, going over my students’ goals. One of the things that can easily fall to the wayside is getting my teachers ready for a new year of speech. Making sure teachers know which students get speech and why is so important to start the year off… Read More
When school starts, sometimes our kids need a refresher, or in some cases and introduction, on what is ‘okay’ for school and what is not. I just revamped this freebie for the new school year. Students roll dice and move around the board, answering questions about if the behavior described is ‘expected’ for school or ‘unexpected’. The ‘expected’/’unexpected’ language is… Read More