Tuesday, 31 December 2013


Bring in the new year!
I thought I would let you in on a few things I will be working on this year!

My New Years resolutions!

1. This year I will make more time to have fun with my kids!

2. I will try to make more time for my kids to practice homework and work on extra educational activities! Not sure they will like it! Lol

3. I will try and eat healthier! 

4. I will work on making more of my own speech and language activities!

 5. I will try and make more time for my husband and I!

6. I will try and download everything on my wish list on teachers notebook and teachers pay teachers!


 7. I will work as hard as I can to make Creating Communicators the most successful speech and language business it can be!

8. In 2014 I will try to be the very best person I can!

Let me know what your resolutions are.
I wish you all the best this year!

Thursday, 26 December 2013

Christmas Giveaway!

Activity Centers for the new year!
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Happy Holidays!

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Speech Practice

Happy Holidays!

Here is a picture of my kids decorating ginger bread on Christmas Eve.

I did a post a while ago on speech practice and I made the tips into a pdf file.  Parents are busy and need help to practice their child's speech goals at home. Now you can print it off and share the information with parents to practice speech at home. 


Check it out! 


Friday, 20 December 2013

Love it & List It Holiday Activities


I am posting some of my favorite holiday activities and linking up with Speech Room News!
Thank you Jenna!
There are so many activities out there, so my  post
consists mostly of
reinforcement activities. 

Join me on Pinterest!

1. Santa Tic Tac Toe
I love this little game, it's so easy and cute. A very quick reinforcement game for the kids after they have practiced working on their target goal. And I bought it at the Dollar store- so it was super cheap!

2. Christmas Token Boards- I love this one not only because it is FREE, but you can use it for any goal! Check out the store for other free token boards.

3. Where is Rudolph? A great one for preschoolers! I bought this package and there are so many activities- concepts, plurals, Christmas match-ups, and more. I highly recommend this product especially if you are working with preschoolers.
Thank you More Than Words- you have some really great products!

This is the categorizing activity- for categorizing hot and cold items.

This is a plurals game and one of the concept activities for teaching under and over. 
You know how the little guys love the dry erase markers!

4. And I am shamelessly promoting my Santa, Santa What Do You See? You can use this with all ages. For the little guys you can use it for vocabulary, repetition and coloring. Plus they love it when you are reading if they think they know the words. For the older kids there a printing practice and write your own story activity. Recently I was working with some little guys at a daycare and I left them a copy so there will be lots of opportunity for repetition and vocabulary- great for the little guys language skills!

Thanks for checking in!
Happy Holidays!

Tuesday, 17 December 2013

"S..peachy Feedback Linky Party

 "S..peachy Feedback Linky "
I am  linking up to S....peachy feedback Linky Party hosted by Nicole Allison at Speech Peeps, again!I love linking up! WOW! What a way to get the speech info spread around!

Again, thank you for inviting fellow speech stores and blogs to link up!
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Speech Peeps

On Teachers Notebook I had some feedback on my "What Do You See? The Entire package" This 60 page package can be used as  home readers for beginning readers, and also for teaching vocabulary. Plus its 50% off right now!

This is the item:

Here is the feed back I received:
What do you see- entire package
From: BonBonSpeecher


My Pre-school students LOVE these books. I printed half page copies for small groups and quarter page copies for home practice. The repetitive text increases early reading skills and boosts the little ones' confidence with print awareness. Thanks!!

Teachers Pay Teachers
And feed back on my Christmas Activity book: (it was free for about a week earlier on this month and right now it's only $1.20)

On  November 29, 2013,  Judilee said:

This is so cute and flexible! I'm planning to focus on gingerbread for Tx this year. I will be able to use every activity you've provided. Thank you so much for sharing this gingerbread freebie!

BonBon Speecher and Judilee
email me to claim any item!

Thank you so much!!

Some of my faves!

Hello fellow Speechies!

 I have many kids who seem to work on associations. I love to work on associations. When you look around there are so many resources to use. Some free, some you need to buy. I am going to post some of the things I like to use. 


1. My board maker book

I have had this so long I can't remember who made it. It is a book with consisting of 3 pictures. 1 on the top and 2 smaller pictures below it. The kids choose one of the small ones to go with the large main picture and then they explain why it goes together. This is my fave- sorry it's upside down. With a little imagination you can make your own. When I get my butt I gear I will make a master and put it in my store. ;) Please, be patient. 


2. This is another activity I like. This is especially good for younger kids to introduce the goal. At this point I usually get the kids to match the items and then I will give a brief explanation as to why the items are associated. This one is free!


I see that this product did receive some negative feedback- in my opinion the feedback was more about ink than the quality of the item. Judge for yourself.


3. Camp Go Togethers 

This is a great activity for older kids because this activity involves reading and it gives clues about why items can be related.


4. Who does not belong? Another great one to have the kiddies choose which item does not belong. I like it, simple, and clear!


5. Last but not least! I love this item even though it is a Halloween/candy theme. It has 3 related items and the kids place them together and the. Explain why they are related- it is great for mastery! Make take teach has some great items!



Post some of your fave's under the comment section.