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I can’t believe it’s been two years! Thanks to you, I have grown and so has this blog.  Blogging has changed me.  It has pushed me to be more creative and resourceful.  It has made me re-evaluate and re-think how I do therapy. It has pushed me to learn and research more.  It has allowed to be creative and realized new dreams and goals.  This is all thanks to you!


Thank you for taking the time out of your day to read a post. Thank you for clicking ‘Like’ on Facebook.  Thank you for following me on Instagram and Pinterest.  These may seem like little things, but to me they are huge! If you would have asked me 3 years ago if I would ever blog about my job or make my own materials, I probably would have laughed and thought you were crazy to think I could do all that.


As a thank you I have posted a free Christmas craftivity. You can download it HERE.  I would also love to giveaway a TpT gift card to a lucky person to say thank you for all the support you have all given me.  Just enter the rafflecopter below. A winner will be chosen on Friday!
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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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21 Responses

  1. Love your blog. I especially liked your quick tip about the Cariboo jewel. Maybe more quick tips or easy, fast ideas to throw into therapy

  2. I love your blog and all your activities. It was a pleasure meeting you at ASHA as well! I serve middle and high school students, so I am always looking for good activities to do with them. Thanks for all you do and Happy Blog Birthday!

  3. I love your craftivities. I seem to use them the most. Lets me have work to display on the bulletin board in the hall.

  4. I also loved your tip about the Cariboo jewel. Who knew?!?! It would like to see more examples of language activities, especially for upper elementary and older.

  5. I love your blogs with day-to-day therapy tips…ways to support students via inclusion (or not!) and linking SGM and social thinking were two of my favorite recent posts. I pinned them to refer back to them later!

  6. I really enjoy seeing your creativity and your ideas for working with your students. I find that the blogs help me to have a renewed spark for working with my own students. Thank you for all that you share! Happy Birthday on your blog!

  7. I recently found your blog and TPT store. I am enjoying reading and using some of your activities. I look forward to see what is coming in 2015.

  8. I love your material! I would really like to see reviews of other products and techniques that can be used for prek munchkins 🙂

  9. I love that I can enter the raffle without having a FB account! Love your creative ideas! Like to use any open ended type activities that I can use throughout the year with different students!

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