So a couple of weeks these ridiculously cute organizer boxes kept popping all over my Instagram feed. People keeping talking about how much they could hold and ( with a teacher discount ) how they cheap they were. With storage and lack of space being a daily struggle in the life of an SLP, and the fact that I have… Read More
Happy New Year! The start of a new year is always exciting but can be hard to incorporate into speech because it isn’t one of those ‘standard’ holidays. There aren’t any specific images or colors that go the ‘New Year’, but it’s fun to talk about with our kids none the less. Here are some activities you can do with… Read More
Using a visual timer can be a helpful tool when students are having behavior or work completion issues. However some of the timers out there are, well, boring. Outloud Timer 2 is an interactive, visual timer app that is engaging for kids and useful for you!
Thank you Maureen for allowing me to be a guest blogger on your website! I love sharing my ideas with others and hope that this is helpful in your therapy room. I wanted to share with you one of my favorite therapy supplies and an example of how I use it. I love the small sticky tabs that are available… Read More
My kids love it, and so do I, when I find a new game to play. I mean, come on, you can only play CandyLand so many times. So, I am happy today to bring you two games from Blue and Orange Games, Gigamons and Top That! First up, Gigamons. It’s a great game if your kids are especially into… Read More
5 Ways to Implement AAC in Daily Routines Unsure of how to create daily opportunities for AAC implementation? Afraid of needing fancy tools or expensive resources? Here is how to do it without needing to change what you are already doing throughout the day: routines.