What’s In My Cart Linky – February 2015

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First, want some amazing ideas from my store? Below are some ideas to make your therapy a little easier this spring! Click on any picture to check out the product in my store!

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Want a peak into my cart for the big, upcoming TpT sale? Check it out!

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Click on any of the links below to see the products in more detail:

1) Bear Snores On by Crazy Speech World

2) Wheels on the Bus by Speech Room News

3) Describe It! Game Boards by Mia McDaniel

4) Story in a Can by Lauren LaCour

Click here to head back to Jenna’s post and see the fun-filled carts from other amazing bloggers!

{thanks for reading}

Size of the Problem Activities

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   Size of the problem is something I definitely target in some way each week! I typically teach size of the problem using the following hierarchy: 1) Big vs small problems 2) Small, medium, or big problems 3) Five levels of problems I move onto the next level once the child can sort problems into […]

Speak for Yourself: App Review

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I’m super excited to share some information about Speak for Yourself, one of my all-time favorite AAC apps for the iPad! Since I’ve been learning about, and have used AAC apps on the iPad, the most common one I saw was Proloquo2Go. While that app has it’s place, the kiddos I saw that used it […]

Valentine’s Day – Unthinkables Style!

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Looking for a quick and easy idea for around Valentine’s Day that uses the Unthinkables Curriculum by Michelle Garcia Winner? Try writing cards from different Unthinkables! What would Mean Jean write? What would Glassman write?   For a social group, I wrote out 8 cards and hid them around! The group found a card and […]

Surviving Your CF

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1) The Basics There are tons of things you can do that will make your CF easier before you even begin. Apply for jobs early, know what you want, and don’t settle. Focus on the most important thing: learning. Don’t take a job just because of the salary or in a setting you won’t learn […]

Best Speech Therapy Games for Drill by Age

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I’ll admit it… I don’t do very much articulation therapy! Gasp! I’d say articulation is about 5-10% of my caseload at a given time, and I don’t do drill anything too, too often. However, when I do it, I love games! They make articulation therapy grab and go AND motivating! I often found myself relying […]

Thirty-One Bags for SLPs

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If you’re anything like me, you’re constantly on the search for the “perfect” bag for therapy. Ugh. For me it’s been a never-ending search! Once I love one, the corners start to tear, or I spill something in it and can’t figure out how to clean it. My old favorite bag was a Vera Bradley […]

2nd Blogiversary Celebration Day 9

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I’ll be honest, I’m OBSESSED with the products and giveaways for today. First up is Building Verbal Imitation in Toddlers. I got this box in the mail and it felt a bit like Christmas! When you open the box, you’ll see a couple pieces of paper (including sheets to receive CEUs), a DVD, and a booklet. […]