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I feel like I’ve been a little MIA on the blog, but it was being productive with that time making some new activities. I finally had a few minutes so I wanted to share them with you. Up first, iPod Auditory Memory.

I recently have gotten an influx of students with CAPD. So after some research, brainstorming, and cute iPod clip art,  I made this activity.

This activity has 3 different levels of difficulty: 3 word, 5 word, and sentence repetition. There are ‘iTunes gift cards’ to use as reinforcement. That is a grand total of 88 cards and 16 reinforcement cards. Students are to use their auditory skills to repeat the target. There is a reference mat for students. It has strategies they can use to recall and repeat the information successfully. There is also a tip sheet for SLPs.  There are two ways to play:
1. The student with the most iTunes gift cards wins.
2. After all the cards are chosen, the students pair up and take turns flipping the cards they earned.  When an iTunes card comes up, the first student to slap the pile wins all the cards in the pile. The student with all the cards at the end wins. 

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License Plate Listening Comprehension

If you took a road trip when you were little you probably played the License Plate game. Whoever could spot the most license plates from different states won.  I was working on a different activity, trying to find a dinner plate picture when all these license plates popped up. I thought it would be fun to use them in an activity. There are cards for all 50 states.  Each card contains 3-4 sentences of information about that state. Some of the facts are a bit obscure, but that was intentional. I wanted to make sure that the students would have to listen and not rely on background information they may already have. 

Students choose a car mat.  They choose a card and listen to the information. There are three included questions that you can ask, or students can draw. To get more specific information from students to assess their listening, you can create your own question based on the information. If the student answers correctly, they may put the licence plate on their card. The student with the most wins. 

Click here to go to my TpT store and check it out. 


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Meet Maureen

Hey there! I’m Maureen Wilson, a school-base SLP who is data driven and caffeine powered. My passion is supporting other pediatric SLPs by teaching them how to harness the power of literacy and data to help their students achieve their goals…without sacrificing time they don’t have.

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