We talk a lot about all the fun and good times that come along with being an SLP. We share stories about the creative activities we get to do and moments of success and growth. However, we know it’s not all rainbows and sunshine. There are dark, cloudy days. These are the days no one looks forward too, parent… Read More
Archives for February 2016
Are you feeling lucky? With all the green, four leaf clovers, and rainbows around it can mean that it’s March and St. Patrick’s day is upon us. I love doing seasonal/themed activities with my kids but finding the time to prep those super cute activities is hard. I added to my No Prep collection with this packet for March and… Read More
We all need something new, to change things up a bit. I needed something like this. My kids needed something like this. So after a lot of tinkering I would like to introduce Language Trifolds! These NO PREP, flexible pages are not your average worksheet!
Let’s start with a story…A few weeks ago I had a little friend who was having a bad day. Some poor choices were made and apologies were in order. After we processed through the situation, my friend apologized to those involved. Afterward, the teacher instructed this friend that the consequence for their poor choice was missing recess. Well, this did… Read More
Everything is looking red and pink. There are heart shaped candies in every corner of the grocery store. This can only mean one thing, Valentine’s Day is upon us! I love using seasonal and holiday themed activities with my kids, but it’s hard to find the time to prep new stuff ( or even old stuff that I haven’t prepped… Read More
Sequencing is a skills many students struggle with. To think of all the steps needed to complete a task and then organize them in the correct order can be tough. We use visuals when we and know if we can have them participate in an activity that is hands on, even better. However, we know that in the classroom teachers… Read More