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What’s in Your Cart? BTS 2015 Linky Party

Even though I work year round, I’m SUPER excited for the back to school sale on Teachers Pay Teachers so I can stock up on tons and tons of products. I’ve found that when I have new things, I’m more excited about therapy and it almost always goes better.

Below are some recommendations from my store, that I think will help you start the school year on the right foot:

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Picture This! Community Helpers is a super easy, print and go packet targeting a huge variety of skills (social skills, wh questions, word meanings, sentence formulation, etc…) all using REAL pictures. I have mine assembled in a binder! Check out a video of the product here.

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My Interactive Book Attachments product contains book attachments for TWENTY EIGHT children’s books. They are super easy and quick to assemble and can be used with a ton of kiddos!

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And last but not least, I’d recommend starting your year with my Low-Tech AAC Flip Boards to give your minimally verbal kiddos a consistent visual throughout the year. They are also perfect for sending home for carryover!

And below is what I’ll be checking out from other sellers. Click on the pictures to check out the product on TpT!

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Hope that helps you narrow down some choices! To see tons of other recommendations, click here to check out the linky party hosted by Jenna over at Speech Room News!

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  1. Reply
    Nikki Robertson
    August 1, 2015 at 12:20 PM

    Your picture this community helpers resource looks great!!

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