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Wow, day 4!  Thank you so much for celebrating with my this week, I hope you have been having a good time 🙂 The activities in today’s bundle are…

Social Group Curriculum by Speech Peeps

Flip Flap Knock Knock Jokes by Speech2U

Community Helpers by Simply Speech

Itty Bitty Books for Artic by School House Talk

Why and Because by Tech’n Talk SLPs

Inferencing for a Year by  The Speech Bubble <– yup that’s 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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11 Responses

  1. I follow the Speech bloggers on TPT, Pintrest, Facebook, emails, etc. I am obsessed with reading all the tips and getting new products. Thanks for all that you do for our profession and the kids. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity too!

  2. I definitely follow SLPs on Pinterest. There are so many great ideas, resources, & other information available. I feel that my skills have improved as a direct result of getting more involved in obtaining information online through Pinterest, blogs, & TPT!

    Sarah G.

  3. Pinterest has so many great ideas whether they are “stricty: speech related or not. I think I have something like 14 speech related boards. I try to keep things separated into groups or themes. I follow a ton of people too!

  4. I love following SLP blogs on Bloglovin, Facebook and Pinterest. They post wonderful ideas all the time! As an SLP in my CF year, they’re a lifesaver!

  5. I do follow SLP’s on pinterest, and I get lots of GREAT ideas! The problem is I rarely follow through with the pinterest ideas-I have better personal follow through with the things I look at on FB/blogs and then Teachers Pay Teachers! I need to get better at using my pinterest resources!

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