I’ve been very hard at work on a new articulation series and I wanted to swing by the blog to give you a sneak peek! If you are familiar with my materials then you know how much I LOVE black and white ink! I love creating print n’ go materials, because I know what it’s like to be a busy SLP.
My love for NO PREP and desire to create something that doesn’t exist are what fueled this project! I’m super excited about it! Here’s a peek at the February Edition:
This is going to be a year-long series. Each month, I’ll release a new packet that contains print n’ go game boards that address all the holidays and the season of that month. For instance, February contains game boards for Groundhog’s Day, President’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Mardi Gras, and winter!
I posted a few of the winter themed game boards to instagram:
The February packet contains 74 unique game boards! At the conclusion of this series, there will be 888 different game boards! Here are some more game boards found in the February Edition:
There are four game boards for each sound (2 in the initial position and 2 in the final) and two boards for /s/ blends, /r/ blends, and /l/ blends. Each board also contains pictures to support non-readers! These are perfect for keeping students occupied while they wait for their turn to engage in repetitive drills!
You can add your own spinners, dice, and game pieces OR you can use the paper pieces that are provided. These game boards went for a test drive in my speech room last week and my students were thrilled! They are all looking forward to building their game board collections. I wish ya’ll could’ve seen their smiles when they found out that there were more game boards coming! I need to buy my students some folders to house their collections!
My students worked individually with their game boards as they waited for their turns! They stayed busy decorating and moving their game pieces! When students can have fun and remain occupied during speech therapy, classroom management is an absolute breeze. When there are no disruptions, students truly reap the benefits of one-on-one therapy even in the largest of groups.
I love that students will leave the speech room with something tangible! These game boards not only serve as therapy tools, but also as homework. When the session is complete, students take their game boards home for additional practice.
My older students used the spinners and game pieces provided.
I gave my younger students real game pieces and they used my beloved super duper spinners!
I decided to create a “Growing Bundle” for these game boards for those who are interested in collecting these game boards each month. This is a great way to save money up front and it’s currently 50% off for a limited time! New packets will be posted on the 20th of each month or sooner! That ensures that each month will be available 10 days before it begins!
Thank you for visiting my blog and checking out my new articulation products! I hope these are something that can save SLPs precious planning and prep time!
Have a wonderful day!