I don't know about you, but The Old Lady is a celebrity in my speech room. My students absolutely adore her and so do I. She's crazy, eccentric, funny, and downright loveable. Now.. I know there are many fabulous book companions for this book that are floating around, but I wanted to create one that caters to the needs of my own students. Hopefully, these activities will prove useful for you ... Read More about There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick!
Spring Break has sprung! I've decided to spend nine glorious days at home doing all the things I love: gardening, reading, writing, grilling out, watching tv, and treating myself (any Parks and Rec fans out there?!). There's really no better time to dust the cobwebs off of my professional bookshelf. I love reading. It's ultimately what propelled me to become a speech-language pathologist. It's ... Read More about My Professional Bookshelf
Roses are red, violets are blue.... My students love to color, cut, and glue! Color, cut, and glue activities are a staple in my speech therapy room. I love them so much that my second post ever was all about them! You can check that post out here. Honestly, they are one of the most efficient activities that I have found for articulation therapy. These activities ensure that each ... Read More about Spring Articulation: Color, Cut, and Glue!
Welcome to another edition of Wild About Books Wednesday. We're going to get a little batty today! For some reason, I've always loved bats! So when I ran across some adorable bat clip art over at Scrappin' Doodles I knew I had to make a book companion for one of my favorite books - Bats at the Beach by Brian Lies. I usually use this book near the end of the school year (after spring break) and it ... Read More about Bats at the Speech….Room!
I know spring is officially here... but ughh! It doesn't feel like it. I'm so ready to be knee deep in tulips, warm weather, sunshine.... and spring vocabulary games! I've recently produced and prepped a set of vocabulary games to use with my students after spring break. They feature spring-themed clip art that is sure to brighten up any speech room! I'm really excited to use these and wanted to ... Read More about Spring into vocabulary!!