Back to school is nearly upon us! Where has the summer gone? The store aisles are starting be filled with folders, markers, crayons, and glue. This can only mean one thing…a Back to School Sale is right around the corner! So what’s in your TpT cart?
I am linking up with Jenna at Speech Room News to share some of the activities I have that can make your school year easier and what items are going in my shopping cart to make my year more fun! Don’t forget to use the code BEST YEAR at checkout to save some $$.
First up, here are some new items in my store that you may have missed.
If you use a lanyard or ‘visual necklace’ during your day then you will want to check out my new Visual Necklace Images. These are color coded using the Fitzgerald Key and each image has a tab to make it quick to find! You can read more about them HERE. You can also see more pictures in my TpT store HERE. There are 78 images in total!
Is your goal to be more organized this year? Me too! I made these SLP and Special ED Labels to help me with just that. They can be used in a toolbox to keep things together or you can attach them to areas in your room to help students easily locate items and learn vocabulary. There are 91 labels in total and some are EDITABLE! You can see the preview slide show HERE.
Looking to save sometime planning sessions? My No Prep Speech & Language for a Year is what you want! Packets for September- May are already to go. They each target 16 different areas and are seasonally/monthly themed. There is something for everyone, making those mixed grade level groups easy to plan for. You can learn more about them HERE. *October and January packets are in progress and will be added shortly.
Finally, Interactive Nursery Rhymes will be a fun new way to introduce these wonderful early literacy resources. Click HERE to learn more!
Now what’s in my cart
Stuttering Homework Calendars by Natalie Snyders. I can never have enough materials when it comes to fluency.
Articulation Progress Trackers by A Perfect Blend
and finally Evidence Based Interventions by Nicole Allison.
Don’t forget to leave feedback to earn your TpT credits and get some free materials!