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What’s Outside My Door: January

Last month, I talked about the wonderful idea that my friend the reading specialist gave me to put things outside my speech room door for the teachers to use while their students are waiting in line for the bathroom. This…

Twas the last week of Speech: Day Three

It’s the last week of speech before Christmas break and today was the day to just have a ball (ornament pun)… So we got out the iPad once again and got busy talking about Santa’s Hair with this  language companion…

‘Twas the last week of Speech: Day Two

Counting down! Four more days to Christmas Break… Today I decided to get technologically coooool. After all, kids LOVE technology. I just rarely find time to really get it into my therapy sessions. After downloading this Christmas Attributes Freebie by Kim…

The Canoe

My wonderful principal ordered a new and unique toy for our campus… “The Canoe”.  Amazon has a GREAT price on it right now (affiliate link):      Lucky for me, it made it’s debut in The Speech Room! The Pea…

Teaching basic WH questions

HOW do I teach WHAT questions? When working with my Head Start and PreK students, I have found that it is easier to use photos, pictures, gestures, objects, basically anything that may get their attention and help them remember the…

The Old Lady Who Swallows Everything in Sight!

The kids loved last week’s unit on There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly. It was slightly morbid but…hey! it got their attention.  This week I decided to resurrect The old Lady and read There Was An Old…

Descriptive Language Activity: Detectives Search it Out!

Today I bring to you another activity from my TpT store: Descriptive Detectives.  These detectives use clues to figure out the words being described. Instructions are included how to introduce the activity including vocabulary words students may not be familiar…

Constructing Sentences: Speech Therapy

When I started therapy with this year’s group of kids, I discovered we had one thing we needed to work on first: Making a sentence. Not only for the language delayed kids, but also for my ESL and articulation delayed…

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