Articulation News is one of my newest products, and believe it or not, it's a perfect fit for both articulation and language students. This resource of chockfull of worksheets and games that will reach your students in a variety of ways and help them find success in learning and practicing speech and language skills.

One of my first products on Teachers Pay Teachers was Articulation Menus, a fun way to generalize articulation skills and incorporate language skills – perfect for mixed groups. I used that resource all of the time until I decided I needed something similar to mix things up a bit. I came up with Articulation News […]

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Articulation, Language, Materials

Articulation News

Are you in need of visuals for Hedbanz, Jeepers Peepers, and 20 Questions? I've created a set of interactive game visuals for games like these! This post describes my inspiration in creating these game visuals and why I think they're necessary for inferencing games like these ones.

If you’re anything like me, you love using inferencing and guessing games like Hedbanz, Jeepers Peepers, and 20 Questions in your speech and language therapy. These games are fantastic but were a little tricky for some of my more language impaired students. I made these visuals and they changed everything! Check them out below. When […]

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Language, Materials

Visuals for Hedbanz, Jeepers Peepers, and 20 Questions for Speech Therapy

I work with students ages 3 through 2nd grade. I feel like I target WH questions every single day (probably because I do!). I made these awesome grab and go WH question materials using real pictures. Check it out! This packet targets who, what, when, and where questions. Each card has 2 picture choices. There are […]

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Language, Materials

WH Questions with Real Pictures

This year, I’m sending home speech and language bags with each student on my caseload. The kids have helped put them together for the past week or so and are incredibly invested in the idea! Check out what I put in each bag below. {articulation} My articulation bags were SO easy. To assemble them, I […]

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Articulation, Language, Materials, Therapy Ideas

EASY Speech and Language Summer Homework

I have several preschool and kindergarten students on my caseload that needed to work on very basic grammatical structures. Everything I found was too complicated. Working on it in play was what I wanted to do, but they continued struggling despite my models, recasts, and visuals. I made these and used them in a drill […]

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Grammar, Language, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Grammar Picture Pages

It’s definitely that time of year where I feel swamped. One of the most time consuming things I do during this time of year is evaluations. So.Many.Evaluations. I work with 3 year olds through 2nd grade so I do a lot of language sample analysis. I love doing them as they provide incredibly useful information, […]

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Elementary School, Freebies, Language, Materials, Musings, Therapy Ideas

Easy Language Sample Analysis

  The Old Lady books go together with SLPs like peanut butter and jelly. They are amazing books for their repetitive nature and silly sense of humor. This week will be all about St. Patrick’s Day in my speech room! Below are some ideas of how I use There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed […]

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Language, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Using There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover in Speech and Language Therapy

I’ll be honest you guys… this product nearly killed me. I think it definitely took the longest to make of anything in my store! I enlisted help from both my brother and my boyfriend to make sure it was finished before I went on vacation… and it was! Phew! If you work with elementary aged […]

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Articulation, Elementary School, Language, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Speech and Language Therapy Lesson Plans for Back to School & Fall

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