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Homework Labels for Speech Therapy

My school district is very purposeful and intentional about…
January 10, 2017/by Shannon

10 New Year’s Resolutions for SLPs – Love Your Job This Year!

I'm always looking for ways to improve myself as a person and…
January 1, 2017/by Shannon

One Page Language Lessons: Speech Therapy Printables for Upper Grades

As many of you know, I recently switched jobs and ended up in....…
December 29, 2016/by Shannon

5 Days of Giveaways

Y'all. I've had THE BEST YEAR EVER. Planned a wedding, got married,…
December 10, 2016/by Shannon

Erin Condren Planners for SLPs

Every December I get way too excited to pick out next year's…
December 8, 2016/by Shannon
Wordless picture books are one of the most versatile and useful tools that you can have in your speech and language therapy room! Check out my top 10 list!

Best Wordless Picture Books for Speech and Language Therapy

In case you don't know, wordless picture books are one of the…
November 30, 2016/by Shannon
It's not easy to start any job, and starting as a new SLP is no different. Here are the top five mistakes I made and what I'm doing differently now!

5 Mistakes I Made As a New SLP

It's so much easier to look back and reflect on lessons learned…
November 27, 2016/by Shannon
Clue Catcher is the perfect app to add to your therapy room device next. It allows you to really hone in on context clues and to practice this skill in-depth. Read how it works in this post!

Clue Catcher: App Review

There are some apps you get and immediately think, "Why didn't…
November 21, 2016/by Shannon
Being a school based SLP is admirable and meaningful, but the job can be a real challenge sometimes. These hilarious GIFs help to lighten the mood and help you relate if you're a school based SLP.

You know you’re a school based SLP if…

You know you're a school based SLP if... you can relate to…
November 8, 2016/by Shannon
Google Classroom and Google tools are becoming more and more popular in classrooms, but what about SLP usage? In this post I share how to take advantage of Google Sheets for SLPs and how to manage everything in one place!

Google Sheets for SLPs – Caseload Management, Lesson Planning, Data and More!

For the past three years, I've relied on Google Sheets for…
October 16, 2016/by Shannon
Deaf and hard-of-hearing students need language therapy just as much--if not more than--our other speech and language kiddos. This guest post shares a few tips for ways to customize your language therapy for these students so that they can succeed.

Language Therapy for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students

Hi, everyone! My name is Greta Abbott, and I am a school SLP…
October 7, 2016/by Shannon
Words that stick are positive, inspirational words that we share with our students. Our speech and language therapy students struggle with communication, which is one of the cornerstones of modern society. How we calm, inspire, and motivate them matters, and so do words that stick.

Words that Stick: Creating a Story of Possibility for Our Students

I've been having a blast with guest posters on my blog. I have…
October 3, 2016/by Shannon
Help students buy in to speech with the help of the tips in this guest post. Especially if you work with older students, you might be on the receiving end of complaints from students about having to go to therapy. These tricks can help them buy in to speech!

Helping Students “Buy In” to Speech

"I don't want to go to speech!"
"Why do I have to come today?"
September 27, 2016/by Shannon

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