Roll & Remove {A No-Prep Articulation Buddy Game}

I am so jealous of all of you who are celebrating the last day of school today!  We still have a week and a half left.  So, that means I am trying to find new ways to keep therapy fun when some of my kiddos would rather be on summer break.  I put together a new game this week called Roll & Remove to practice our articulation skills. It was a hit, I got tons of practice with our sounds.  I rotated between groups to take data and give cues when needed.  Here are some pictures!




You can click on the picture below to check it out on TPT! Here's to a fun-filled last few days of school!


DIY Pretend Stovetop

Pretend play is one of the biggest foundational skills we work on with kiddos who are language delayed.  So, when I was browsing on Pinterest this weekend and saw this and this I knew I had to make one! I don't have a circuit or any way to cut vinyl so I made it using full page labels and cutting by hand.  You could also use sticker paper.  I got most of the supplies from Wal-Mart (bin and some pretend food), Target (pretend food) or Toys R Us (pot and pan set). I used a 38 QT. Sterelite bin.  I printed the burners, knobs and temperature stickers on full page label paper I found at Office Depot.  I love that it keeps it all super organized and that it's small enough to move in and out. Here are a few pictures of the finished product.  Can't wait to start playing!




Want to make one for yourself?  Click on the picture below to download the stovetop graphics for FREE.  

#MaySLPMustHave

If you're new to the SLP world or digital speech resource gathering, every month a huge group of SLPs have a "must have" sale on TPT with one of their favorite items 50% off!  The sale for May is happening today!  My "must have" this month is my new Interactive Vocabulary Notebook.  I created this to work on word relationships with my older kids (3rd-5th grade) who were having a hard time understanding synonyms, antonyms, homophones and homographs.  It is packed with activities and it has been a huge success with my 4th grade language group.  They love their notebooks and can't wait to see what we're going to put in them every week! Here are a few pictures of some of the pages. 
This is the cover, there is a version with a girl and one with a boy.

It has visual word lists for synonyms, antonyms, homophones, and homographs.


Larger posters to help with reinforcing understanding or to use as a reference.




Pockets to keep examples of all four word relationships.






Don't forget it's 50% off (today only!) 

Teacher Appreciation Sale

Happy Teacher Appreciation Day!  To celebrate TPT is throwing a site wide sale!  Use code CELEBRATE at checkout for 28% off!