I love to use books in speech, there’s nothing they can’t do! A lot people use books to target vocabulary but most kids just scan the page and find the word. How can we keep them alert and engaged? I have been using this activity for a while and it has definitely helped my kids stay on their toes. Write… Read More
Archives for November 2015
Now don’t get me wrong I love Thanksgiving and spending time with my family, but I also love all the fantastic sales that come with the holidays! A bonus is when I can do it from my couch in my sweatpants. TpT will be having their annual Cyber Monday Sale Monday, November 30 and Tuesday December 1st. Today I am… Read More
Having my No Prep November and Thanksgiving packet on hand was a total life saver! So naturally, I had to make another. No Prep December and Christmas is up and ready to help you save some sanity before the holidays. This packet has 40+ pages of NO PREP December (winter) and Christmas themed activities to help you plan fun holiday… Read More
I have a few little friend who came to me this year with comparing/contrasting goals. Typically, I will use Venn Diagrams with my kids because it is a nice visual presentation of the skill. But what about when your kids are writing or reading yet? Yes, I could put the Venn Diagram on the board but that still wouldn’t be… Read More
While working on context clues with a student the other day we stumbled upon a strategy to help him remember where to look for clues. You may already know it, or call it something different, but today I want to share…the clue sandwich!
It’s ASHA time friends! This year I am in the lovely city of Denver enjoying ASHA and the mountain views. I must say it is a nice chance from the corn fields. If you couldn’t make to ASHA this year no worries, you can still enjoy some the perks, like a TpT sale! My store will be on sale… Read More