It’s official. It’s Saturday and school is done. I mean…. the kids are done. I signed up to work two more weeks for evals for the incoming three year olds. So I’m not done until June 11, but it’s different that the regular hustle and bustle! I celebrated my first Saturday with mowing, mulching, napping, and then doing 4 hours worth of graduate classes online! I also uploaded a few things I’ve had finished but no time to share!
If you’re still in school, doing ESY, clinic based, or in EI you might be ready for some summer themed Interactive Vocabulary Books!
Where is Crabbie? is a book with positional concepts! Help Crabbie find his new home.
I Spy at the Beach features counting beach items up to 12.
Let’s go to the pool focuses on packing a bag to head to the pool. It’s a basic vocab set.
Water Actions features helping verbs, pronouns, and verbs for water sports!
Grab this set in my Teachers pay Teachers store. It’s on sale through the weekend.
Join the SRN newsletter!
I'm so glad you stopped by! If you'd like to keep up with the newest posts and get exclusive free downloads, please sign up for the newsletter! Your first freebie is ready as soon as you subscribe and confirm your email!
Hi, I’m a mom of 13 year old with autism and severe speech delay. Do you have any materials that are for this age? He’s working at a grade1 level.
I Sandra! I can help you with that! Email me SpeechRoomNews@gmail.com and let me know more specifics like what he is currently working on!
Hi, I would like to work on his reading and the WH questions but in real life situations. He mixes up his pronouns sometimes.
At school they’re focusing on more functional skills . He also speaks too fast. Do you have any tricks for teaching him to slow down .
Love these! They will be perfect for my ESY Pre-K kiddos! Thank you!
Jenna, do you EVER slow down? I don’t know how you fit it all in! Please tell us your secret! Please relax & have a great summer! 😉
Amber Reese says
Adding these to my wish list! I have a few kids working on comparative/superlative adjectives and quantitative/qualitative concepts. Do you have any resources or recommend any? I am in my CFY working home health and am just starting to acquire materials so I welcome any suggestions!