For SLPs, Materials

Versatile Speech Therapy Materials for ANY Goal

  1. Kerry Stalker says:

    Are there supposed to be links on 1,2, 4, 5, and 6?

    • Shannon says:

      Yes, there should be little widgets with images from Amazon. You might need to enable this as an option in your browser! Otherwise, just click on the link that takes you to the Amazon list on the bottom. All of the items are linked there!

  2. I love having the kids make their own artic cards too!

  3. Gillian says:

    Hi! What are your favorite pens? Can you add those to the list? 🙂

    • Shannon says:

      Good idea! I love Flair pens the best although in my experience they can dry out quickly. 🙂 I actually don’t use nice pens most of the time, just whatever I find in the hallways. #middleschool

  4. I have used Time Timers for myself and my students. They come in all different sizes.

  5. I also recommend clear page protectors for webs or anything really so students can use dry erase markers and you do not have to make so many copies! I also save Snapple Bottle caps. We read the facts inside and it promotes so much language & learning.

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