Working in a school and seeing my students everyday is such a gift. My thoughts and prayer go out to the families, students, and anyone touched by todays tragic events.
I saw this on Cafe Press and busted out laughing. O grad school memories. Does this remind anyone else of their grad school days.
I love using my iPad in therapy. My kids love it too. With so many students of mine working on categories I wanted something on the iPad to spice up those sessions. After searching itunes, I found a few apps that looked good but decided on Pocket SLP’s Category Carousel. I liked that if offered a variety of catagories and that those categories… Read More
So we all have those days when we know what we want to target, have the best prompt cards to do it, but no activity. I don’t know about you, but if I don’t have any thing extra like a game or activity to play with it, all I here is ” Are we playing a game?”, ” Can we… Read More
I love the holidays! So I always enjoy anything with a holiday theme. I made some Christmas and Winter expressive language activities for my kids to celebrate the season. The reason I made two activities was because not all my students celebrate Christmas and don’t feel comfortable participating in those activities. Having something a bit more general, like Winter, still brings in… Read More
Hey there. Many of my students have goals for vocabulary and therefore work on synonyms. I wanted to get away from worksheets that they don’t really seem to enjoy and frankly neither do I. So I took matters into my own hands. My kids like games, I like games, so I figured it wouldn’t hurt to get creative. Soooo… Read More