Monday, 14 October 2019

Tiny Trinkets

Here is a cute product you can use with your Tiny Trinkets!

These speech trinket pages target vocabulary and phonological awareness activities!
Get some tiny erasers, or little trinkets and use this pack to identify the beginning sounds, ending sounds, and segment the word.
To target language goals you can name the category the item belongs to, its parts, function, things that are associated with it and more!
Some other idea:
  • Articulation prompts and visuals
  • Storytelling
  • Sensory Bins
  • Prepositions

Tiny Trinkets Speech Companion

Monday, 7 October 2019

Goldilocks for a week!


A Week with Goldilocks and the 3 Bears 

Everything you need for speech therapy! 

Read the story to your students every day 
and then follow up with one of the activities.

Monday- name the category


Wednesday- opposites

Thursday-story sequence
2 versions

Friday-comparative and superlatives
Bonus-articulation for /g/ & wh questions.

Basic AAC Ideas

Monday, 30 September 2019

Comparative and Superlatives

Higher Level Language

Higher Level Language- Speech Therapy 

Everything you need to support your students that are in grade 5+ in the classroom. The skills they will practice here will help with their writing, describing and comprehension.

To see what is all included, take a look here!
This 108-page bundle includes skills on
**Fast Drawing- when students draw out their writing idea to plan for essays, paragraphs, sentences, and stories.
**Observing and Describing

This observing & describing product is an excellent way for students grade 4 and up to practice essential skills in reading, observing, comprehending and making inferences. Observing, describing and making inferences are crucial skills for all readers. This product teaches this skill in 5 steps: choose words that describe the picture, generate your own describing words, creating descriptive words that are relevant to the picture to make the sentence more descriptive, then describe who, what, where, when and eventually why based on pictures, and then making inferences about pictures.

Step 1- choose from a series of words to best describe the picture.
Step 2- generate their own describing words based on the picture.
Step 3- add adjectives and other describing words to make the sentence (already provided) more exciting and descriptive.
Step 4- describe the pictures using what, where and when, then eventually why. Then they can use their words to create a descriptive sentence that describes the image.
Step 5- making inferences about pictures. Explaining what happened or will happen based on information from the picture.
**Visualizing and Verbalizing

Step by step directions to mastering visualizing and verbalizing.
Includes the 12 structure cue cards, and individual practice on each of the cues using real pictures.
Higher Level Language- Speech Therapy 

Higher Level Language- Speech Therapy 
Higher Level Language- Speech Therapy

Monday, 23 September 2019

Fine Motor Kits

Fine Motor Centers 

OT and Speech go hand in hand! The more I learn about OT, the more I learn that you can incorporate so many language goals in simple OT activities.
Many kids we work with also have multiple areas to work on, especially OT. So I made a Fine Motor kit. It is excellent for preschool. Preschool is a great time to start with fine motor- before they start printing and holding those little pencils. We need them ready to go to kindergarten. :)

Here is a Fine Motor Pack that you can use with very simple tools that you probably already have around your desk.

In this pack are nine fine motor centers that you can use for your class or speech therapy. They will work as centers or group activities. The center's target: cutting, colouring, dabbing, lacing, hole punching, play-doh and tracing. These kits target the fine motor skills of students that are suitable for all students to work on and perfect. In addition to fine motor skills, there are also opportunities for learning number and letters, as well.

There are nine packs, and you can put them in small plastic containers to keep them organized. Some of the kits can be printed on card stock and laminated. Then you can use them over and over; others can be printed on standard paper, stapled and given to students as booklets. Very low prep! You can also place extra copies in your class for students to work on as early finishers.
Print all activities on standard paper except activities 3 and eight on card stock and then laminate those.  You can also laminate the label and instruction pages.
What you need: bingo dabbers, play-doh, scissors, pencils, handheld hole punches, crayons, cotton swabs (cut in half), liquid paint, a small container for paint, shoelaces and container or large zip-loc bags for your centers.

Lacing kit- cut and laminate and then hole punch where ever you like and have the students use laces to practice.
There is also a pre-test and post-test page so you can track progress!

 Fine Motor Centers

Monday, 9 September 2019

Fall Products for under $5!

 This book contains 3 in 1!

In this 40 page book, you will be able to target
with your preschool or special ed students.

 CVC Center