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The sun is shinning, the birds are chirping, and there is another TpT sale about to start!  Now that I know what my caseload is going to look like next year, I am super excited to stock up on some new materials.  Make sure you click the image below to see what other SLPs are going to be adding to their carts!


If your looking for some fun, new materials to stock up on to finish out the year or get yourself ready for next year, here are some things you don’t want to miss out on!

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Pronoun Clips is one of my newest activities.  It is flexible enough to be used to target just pronouns ( he/she, him/her, they/them ) or  expanded to work on syntax and more!  They keep little minds thinking and little hands busy.


Another must have is my Any Book Book Companion!  This is a NO PREP book companion that can be paired with just about ANY BOOK.  Its perfect when you have a great book but no time to prep all the parts of specific companion or find an adorable with *gasp* no companion at all!

Now, here is what I have in my cart:

Triangles of Meaning from Schoolhouse Talk


Speaking and Writing Prompts for the CCSS by Nicole Allison ( Speech Peeps )


Wh-Question Smash Mats by Simply Speech


Pizza Smash Mats by Courtney Gragg


Interactive FLIPBOOK: Making Social Inferences

original-1781868-1 I am sure I will find more, I usually do, but this is what is at the top of my list for now.   Is there anything that you have waiting in your shopping cart that I should know about?



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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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