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FREEBIE Friday: Patriotic Phonological Awareness

It’s that time again….Labor Day is quickly approaching so I thought I’d make a fun phonological awareness game for my kiddos.  Found these super cute stars and stripes capital letters at From the Pond so I made the following fun CVC sheets that can be used to target the follow skills: Sound/letter (phoneme/grapheme) identification Create word […]

ASHA Schools Conference!!!

 I am taking a break from my typical Tip Tuesday blog post to share with you that I will be heading to Long Beach, CA this weekend to participate in ASHA’s Schools Conference!!!!  I’m super excited to learn, learn, learn!As I will be gone the rest of the week, there will be no FREEBIE Friday […]

Taking some time!!!

Hello my committed followers!  You may notice that this week I will not have any new posts.  Why you ask?  Well…my family and I are on vacation at Disney World!!!! We are so excited and happy to be able to surprise our son with this trip AND visit my husband’s family while we are there! […]

Freebie Friday: Sound Off! The Train is Coming: A phonological awareness game

Here is another phonological awareness game I made with these cute train graphics from ReviDevi that I found on  Super cute and great for my kiddos working on listening for their target sounds in various words! Also these phonological awareness activities have really helped my kiddos who use phonological processes become more aware of sounds […]

FREEBIE Friday: Goals and Objectives for Nonverbal PK children!

This freebie goes along with my Tip Tuesday post this week (Part 3 of this series) on how to create a treatment plan for nonverbal PK children with typical hearing and vision.Below I created a quick guide on how I write goals and objectives using the child’s functional communication system.  I have a list of several […]

Tip Tuesday! The Nonverbal Child Part 3: Creating a Treatment Plan

Here is the 3rd installment in my Nonverbal Child series, discussing how to create a treatment plan.  Treatment plans in the academic environment versus private practice will undoubtedly be a different process.  However, this presentation includes the basic way in which I create a treatment plan.  Many times I find parents do not understand the […]

Giveaway: No Tresspassing: This is My Body!

  I am super excited to announce that Pattie Fitzgerald, child safety advocate and founder of Safely Ever After, Inc. has given me a signed copy of her book NO Trespassing-This is MY Body! for this giveaway to celebrate Better Speech and Hearing Month. This book is GREAT for parents, educators and SLPs when talking about […]


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