CCSS Speaking {and Writing} Prompts

Writing Prompts

Tell a story about a giant squid. Explain why your classmates should vote for you for class president. Invent a new sandwich and give instructions on how to make it. Research a type of insect and report your findings.   These are just a few of the fun prompts you’ll find in my new packet, […]

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Thanks for Sticking with Me {Giveaway}

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Last year on April 14th my life changed a little. Okay, a lot. Last week we celebrated Aislyn’s first birthday and I could not be happier.  I think she was pretty happy about it too.   Anyways, life this year has become a little more hectic. I have a list of products, blog posts and […]

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Math CCSS Lessons for the SLP

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Yes, you read that correctly. Math and SLP are in the same sentence. Even though it’s the complete opposite side of the brain, we CAN work on math concepts and what’s more is that our students NEED us to work with them on math concepts. Grab a Common Core State Standards Packet and you don’t need […]

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Everyday Speech Social Skills Videos Review

Social Videos

  I recently stumbled across a new activity that I’ve been using in my social groups. And let me tell you-it’s a win-win-win. The kids love it, I love it, AND they take something away from our sessions each time. It’s called “Everyday Social Sills Videos”  and I’m about to include a LOT of pictures, […]

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Moving and Grooving Activities: Nouns

Moving and Grooving

I’m continuing my Moving and Grooving Series by working on teaching nouns. I hope you enjoyed my Verbs post! This week it’s all about nouns, and these fun activities will get those little feet (and yours) moving! Activities: 1. Jump on the Noun Words! Have students squat down on the floor and prepare list of […]

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Moving and Grooving Activities: Verbs

Moving and Grooving

There’s a lot of research out there that supports movement for learning. They are inter-related. Need some proof? According to researcher Terrence Dwyer, exercise supports success in school. His research found that exercise improves classroom behavior and academic performance (Dwyer, Sallis, Blizzard, Lazarus, & Dean, 2001) and that even when an experimental group got four times […]

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Leveled Intervention Bundle {and Giveaway!}

Leveled Intervention Bundle

Well, it’s finally here-all 300 pages of it. My Leveled Grammar and Leveled Vocabulary Intervention Binders are now offered in a money-saving bundle!     These packets contain tons of interactive pages, made especially for our visual and hands-on learners. The focus here is on intervention, not data collection and these binders contain over 300 […]

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Adaptable Rainbow Craft for any Goal

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If you know me at all, you know that I love simple. You know I’m a little picky. Perhaps you saw this Valentine craft or this Spring craft.  I really only entertain the idea of holiday crafts in my speech if they have these components: easy can be prepped in under 30 minutes must require materials […]

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“S…Peachy” Feedback Linky Party

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  It’s BACK! Things have been a tad crazy around here the last couple of months. I know you all hear me when I say I’ve been swamped with: progress reports, new students, IEPs and evaluations on top of being a mommy and wife who both need me too. These monthly linky parties got put […]

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