http://www.sl3lab.com/#/sl3-favorite-therapy-resources/ Each of the speech-language pathologist authors chose their own topic. Today, I will be blogging about the most fun I ever had with RtI in the schools! To find out what made my RtI sessions fun, continue reading below.
Here is the image that you can use to show that you linked up to my party! I would love it if you could please link it back to this blog post (not my blog directly but this specific blog post)!
Link to your content below relating to BHSM! Remember NO links to materials - must have a blog post or Facebook note explaining the material and how it relates to BHSM (must be a material related to BHSM, not just any general material). Direct link to your blog post/Facebook note/video about how you celebrated/are celebrating BHSM!
To link to your content, press the "Add Your Link" button. Then, type in the direct link to your post. After that, choose the picture you want associated with your link and submit!
I look forward to seeing what everyone posts! You all are an important part of Better Hearing and Speech Month!
[simply speech] to create our own speech-language pathology awareness photo-a-day challenge since she had the same idea (great minds think alike)! To learn more about this challenge and what we are giving away, continue reading below.
Speech2U's blog post here. To find out which stories were my facts and which was the fib, continue reading.
I am SO excited to be collaborating with my SLPeeps again for another blog hop! This one is related to Valentine's Day! It is taking place February 1st-4th, 2015. Some of the bloggers' materials are free samples of a product, some are free for a limited time, and some will be free forever. Because I run the website Speechie Freebies and will be linking this to there (hello if you came over from that website and welcome!!), mine will be free forever. In order to make sure you get all of the materials in this blog hop for free, download them between the dates listed above to guarantee it! There are about 28 freebies in total if you follow the entire loop! Thank you to Speech to the Core and The Speech Owl for organizing this blog hop!
I am currently working with PreK-2nd grade students, and many of my ECSE students have yes/no question goals. Therefore, when it was time to decide what type of activity i was going to contribute to this blog hop, I thought of them and that's what I created!
There are 28 cards with yes/no questions on them related to Valentine's Day images! Children can answer the questions by verbalizing "yes" or "no", or by pointing to the yes or no symbol on each card (green check mark for yes; red canceled out symbol for no). Some of my students are non-verbal or have apraxia of speech, so I love having both options available. You can print, cut out, and laminate the cards for durability. Click here or on the image above to download the free PDF file from my Teachers Pay Teachers store!
I hope these flash cards are as helpful for you as they will be for me! Thank you for stopping by my blog today and I would love it if you would follow me on social media! I have been more active on Facebook and Instagram lately, but I have lots of blog posts coming up soon as well! I took a little break when I started my new job, and now it is almost done!
To continue along on this blog hop, please click the image below to head over to Smart Speech Therapy's blog for another freebie!