Monday, December 22, 2014

Favorite Blog Posts: December

Monthly Linky
After I read Playing with Words 365's post Fall and Halloween Speech and Language Roundup, I decided to start writing monthly posts on my favorite blog posts that I read throughout the month. This is mainly so I can remember the posts that I read that had great ideas in therapy. I wasn't sure where I could store them so I'd have them at my fingertips, and then I thought that maybe other SLPs would like to have them as well. 
Sparklle SLP suggested this become a monthly linky, so here's the first Favorite Posts of the Month Linky. Let's keep it simple: Post no more than 5 of your favorite posts that you read over the past month. Feel free to use the graphic that's at the top of this post and on my sidebar: right click, choose "copy", and then "paste" into your post. Don't forget to link back to my post! The hardest part will be limiting it to 5 posts!
Link to me!
Why, oh why didn't I think of this idea? Speech Room News had a wonderful idea for working with little ones on their artic targets (as well as concepts) in Articulation Christmas Trees.
Take Me With You!
Crazy Speech World had some great (and easy) ideas for craftivities in A Little Jingle Jangle. She is the Queen of Craftivities!
The Dabbling Speechie had a wonderful post on self-reflection. I think most of us are hard on ourselves when it comes to self-reflection. As I said in my comment for this post: Even when we’ve done a great job, we tend to downplay our successes. I had a grad professor tell us to pat ourselves on the back every now and then…nobody else is going to do it!


grab button for Speech2u
Speech2U had an amazing share on My New Obsession: Tack It. I'm definitely going to try it and see if it will cut down on my velcro budget!

What were your Favorite Posts of the Month?  Link up below and let's hear about it!


3 comments:

  1. Oh yea! I prepared this month. I will go edit and link up at my earliest chance!

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  2. Love this idea Mary. What a great way to keep track of those super special posts!

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    1. Thanks, Annie! It was the best way I could think of to keep track of things I wanted to go back to!

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