Thursday, August 23, 2012

Welcome Back!

It's been a while... I know and I apologize.  On top of being an SLP I also coach competitive fastpitch softball and it completely takes over my summer months.  Now it's back to school and a little over a week in and I'm finally getting my blogging brain back.


My first creation for the year is one that I use almost daily with my RtI artic. kiddos.  I see them for 4-5 minutes 4 times per week in the hallways outside of their classrooms.  I needed something portable, fun, and flexible for students at the word/phrase/sentence levels.  So, I created an Artic. UNO game.  It's available here with /r/ and /s/ as well as a template for other sounds (until I'm able to create them myself).






And now for the Welcome Back portion of today's post... I'm giving away a few copies of this game to some of my favorite followers...



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30 comments:

  1. I have mostly apps on my wishlist from Super Duper,Smarty Ears and Linguisystems.

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  2. I am really into reading books to my Kindergarten students this year and am trying with my students with Autism so I agree with Blair. I need simple storytelling for my students with Autism.

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  3. I am interested in therapy material tied to common core vocab, etc.

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  4. I need something engaging and motivating to help teach pronouns! Thank you for the giveaway:)

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  5. Story sequencing and pragmatic language practice for older elementary kids.

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  6. I always need more materials for teaching vocabulary for upper elementary students.

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  7. I need materials for every area for students in k-3...fluency and voice too!

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  8. I would love more social/pragmatic materials. Also, anything for preschoolers. I love your blog! Glad your back! Thank you

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  9. I could use more fluency and RTI materials. Love the uno cards!

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  10. I am looking for kindergarten RTI materials

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  11. I'm always searching for ANY cute and fun activities, regardless of targets! LOVE your UNO cards! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  12. This would be wonderful for RtI.

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  13. Always need stuff for pronouns and possessives..also negatives!

    Thanks so much!

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  14. I am always interested in activities that incorporate curriculum vocabulary with general expressive language goals.

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  15. Just starting at a school that is very needy! Would love a fun, new resource to use with these kiddos!!! Love your blog! Thanks for all the great ideas!

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  16. Language, language, language! :) Currently, I've got my eye on some neat category spinners...
    Congratulations on your first giveaway!
    Let's Talk Speech Therapy
    Rachel

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  17. I'm a brand new speech therapist so I have everything on my wishlist. Right now I really could use a basic artic set

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  18. I am always looking for ideas and materials to teach address early elementary vocabulary goals.

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  19. Was planning on doing the same thing this year with my Rti kiddos and this would work great. Thanks for saring your ideas.

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  20. I am a first year graduate student and I just started following your blog :) I am just interested in seeing different things people use in therapy...so I will enjoy anything you post about!

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  21. I'd like more literature based language lessons.

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  22. Just got my first job as a full-time SLP at a new charter school!! Any ideas and materials would be so helpful!!! :)

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  23. I find myself at a new job in charter schools and missing all my materials from my former job! I need easily portable/light materials since I am going to 3 schools in a week. Definitely some language things.

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  24. I need a few things from Super Duper - the holiday open-ended artic book, artic practice stickers, ask and answer WH bingo, and Lids 'n Lizards (only to name a few).

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  25. I love inexpensive portable materials that can be used with a variety of sp/lang goals. Thanks for your cute resources!

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  26. My material wish list is anything that targets language in the older elementary/middle school population. I always feel lacking in that area!

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  27. This is my first year working as an SLP so my wish list is pretty extensive. But I would love to have an iPad to use in therapy with my elementary kiddos. There are so many great apps and it is so motivating for the kids! Thanks for posting all your great ideas! :)

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  28. I would love ideas for using apps and websites for therapy.

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