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


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

Speachy Feedback-no month

  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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What’s in Your Cart Linky


I’m so glad you stopped by! Today I’m joining other bloggers in What’s in Your Cart Linky hosted by Speech Room News. Whether this Wednesday is your first TPT sale or you’re a veteran, you’ll be able to snatch up AhhhhMAZING deals. Like other sellers, my entire store will be 20% off plus the additional 10% off from […]

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Leveled Grammar Intervention {and Giveaway!}


Today I would love to give you a little peak inside my new Leveled Grammar Intervention Binder. It has been quite a work in progress and I finally completed it, assembled my binder and have been using it with my students this week. I knew my caseload needed it and from the amount of feedback […]

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Chicken Soup for the SLP Soul Blog Hop

Chicken soup blog hop

Thanks so much for stopping by on your visit through the blog hop! If you’re just beginning, head on over to Speech Time Fun to begin the hop. Let’s be real for a moment. I wasn’t quite sure what to write for this post when I signed up. And it’s not for lack of great […]

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ColorCards App Review {And Giveaway!}


    I recently downloaded a new set of apps from the makers “Colorcards Apps” because, like you, I’m always on the lookout for new ways to elicit great language responses. These apps provide engaging opportunities for students to communicate using pictures for sequencing, predicting and describing. Here’s the breakdown: Colorcards Sequencing apps contain pictures for students […]

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What’s in my Mitten {Craftivity}


Scrolling through my many goals during progress report week (sigh), I noticed many of them focused on writing this year. Writing is huge. It takes language to the next level. Many of my students can speak in sentence but then add in capitalization, punctuation, and spelling, and you have a recipe for disaster. As much as I love […]

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