Since I have been working on ocean materials, I thought I would share one of my favorite books that I use for beach/ocean theme…There Was An Old Lady Who Swallows A Shell by Lucille Colandro and illustrated by Janet Lee. I adore these books, and there is one for almost every season! They are really great for […]
Today I got the awesome experience of sitting at the car dealership getting my car serviced! Ok, not so much fun, but it gave me plenty of time to create an activity using some new clip art I got from My Grafico. This time around I am using cute sea animals in a game targeting irregular […]
I don’t know about you, but when I first started working in the schools, I was completely overwhelmed with all the things I didn’t know about education. I had to teach myself about curriculum and standards and things that I was never exposed to in my speech/language courses in college. In my district we use […]
What the best part of summer? Having tons of time to be creative! In between pool time and hanging out with my son, I have managed to create a couple more activities with the golfing theme…anyone watching the U.S. Open? My dad is sure to keep me updated 🙂 The first is a card game […]
I also created an articulation version, very similar to the verbs game post. Students can sort their articulation words, based on position. I included 30 /r/ words and 30 /s/ words, as well as a few blank golf balls to customize for your therapy room 🙂 Download it for free HERE!
Since I am trying all kinds of new things this summer, I took my first shot at making some materials using graphics I bought from Scrappin Doodles. I am creating a whole unit with a golf theme and here is a sneak peak of the first… This is designed to work on past, present, & […]
I have been tossing around the idea of starting my own blog for a while…but I never thought I would have the time. Cue summer break. I am in the process of learning all about the inside, so be patient with me 🙂 I have lots of ideas and I can’t wait to start sharing!