If you're on pinterest you've likely seen the french fry sight words or french fry math games popping up everywhere. I decided to steal borrow this fun idea. I of course gave it a speech makeover! Here is my version of French Fry Artic! The golden arches gladly gave me a few french fry boxes when I asked. I made Boardmaker symbols of beginning, middle and end. Popsicle sticks became french ... Read More about French Fry Articulation
I got inspired by Shannon's post here using magnifying glasses to find sight words. I knew it would be easy to do in groups for articulation. My littles love anything new, so I grabbed the magnifying glasses from the science room and off we went! Download them for free here: K Initial L Initial S Blends SH Initial S Initial R Final Please leave a comment and let me know if you ... Read More about Magnify it!
My kiddos are pretty crazy about their ipods and ipads. I made this quick game to use with either articulation clients or while working on categories. Each student draws a card. If the card lists a category the student names items in that category. If they are working on articulation, they have to name items in the category with their target sound. If you draw an ipod with a cracked screen you ... Read More about i speech
I saw a teacher using candy corn for math facts on pinterest. It inspired me to make a something similar for grammar. A lot of my little guys are working on irregular verbs. Download it here! Enjoy! Jenna ... Read More about Candy Corn Verbs
You gotta start somewhere. Ok. Lets just be honest. I'm obsessed with cruising blogs and pinterest. I am greedy. I want to steal your great ideas! And since I have been so inspired by all of you creative teachers and SLP's, I've decided to take the plunge. I'm officially a BLOGGER. There are pretty much two things that make me want to create speech and language materials for my kids. 1. I ... Read More about Hello, World.