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Glitter Text GeneratorToday is day 2 of my bloggy birthday celebration!  Today’s giveaway bundle has some pretty awesome activities from some crazy talented SLPs!

Polar Bear Problem Solving by Teach Speech 365

Practical Problem Solving by Carly Fowler (Happily SLP)

Who Are You? by Queen’s Speech

Mrs. Wishy Washy’s Farm Book Companion by  Expressly Speaking

Winter and Holiday Inferencing by The Speech Bubble <– me 🙂


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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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15 Responses

  1. I will liked when you posted about your Inferencing for a Year activity. What a great idea! it’s sparked me with inspiration to do similar activities with prefixes, suffixes, and root words.

  2. Harnessing Learning Styles: Utilizing Your Student’s Learning Style in Speech Therapy. I loved this post, it was really useful.

  3. I loved your should we be working on writing post. I agree that it should be an area we are working on, and I loved the resources you provided!

  4. My favorite post is the inferencing and social skills break!! I just got Social Skills Break during the Black Friday sale and haven’t had time to cut and laminate yet! ;( I can NOT wait to get it out and use it!!

  5. The “Love it and List it Apps for Language” one–as a recent iPad user, it was good to learn of apps that others find useful before I buy or download apps that will not be helpful.

  6. I like your “What’s up Wednesday” posts. I liked your ideas in “My Go-To Activities”. I think sometimes we try to be too creative and it’s nice to remember that it’s ok to keep things simple sometimes!

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