Monday, April 27, 2015

Speech Trading Post AND a Give-away!

Sounds Like Fun hosted this fun trading post. In their words: First of all, let us explain how the Trading Post worked and then we'll tell you about the great products we were lucky enough to receive from our trading partner.  Here's how the Trading Post was supposed to work.  Several SLPs signed up to trade an item from their TpT Stores.  SLPs were randomly paired with a another partner.  Each SLP got to pick an item of their choice from their partner's TpT store. The two SLPs traded items, used them in therapy, and then shared their thoughts on the products they received.

I was paired with Jennifer at NW Speech Therapy Blog. From her store, I chose 4 Step Sequencing Strips
‪#‎AprilSLPMustHave‬  4 Step Sequencing Strips
The product is in black and white, so it saves on colored ink. There are 2 pages of 4-step sequences. The sequences are easy enough for my 2nd graders to read. All of the sequences are very applicable to the students' lives.
 Jennifer suggested that the strips be put on different color popsicle sticks so they can be sorted easier. I haven't done that yet, but it's on my list to do!
Not only did I use these for sequencing, but also for working on past tense. Also included is a data tracker sheet, and 3 pages of dot to dot sheets. I didn't use those in therapy because we were playing a game, but they will definitely come in handy!
If you didn't grab this during the April Must Have Sale, you can buy it for $3.50 in Jennifer's TpT Store. Or, you can enter below for a chance to win a free copy for yourself and a friend!
The rafflecopter will end at 12:00 midnight on 05/01/2015. If the winner does not respond within 48 hours, another winner will be chosen through random.org. 

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9 comments:

  1. I think it would be fun to take 1 step out and see if my students know what step is missing.

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  2. This is a wonderful idea. I sure do wish I had more time and energy to create TpT products. Oh well I will have to be content with all you creative geniuses out there!

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  3. I would love to use this as an auditory activity with my students

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  4. I would use this as a sequencing activity, as I have several students with sequencing goals. I also liked the Popsicle stick idea, and my students LOVE to use dot markers, so those pages would be handy as well.

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  5. I love the idea of using the popsicle sticks for sequencing! I would use this with so many of my students who have sequencing difficulties. I also like how short and simple the sentences are, which would be great for my struggling readers.

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  6. Oooh, popsicle sticks, fabulous! What a great idea. I already have a whole shoe organizer full of spots to add cans for sequencing popsicle sticks. Speechies are so creative!

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  7. I would use this with my students to work on sequencing and also expand it to work on predicting, problem solving and answering questions...What could Sam do if there were no paper towels? What would happen if Molly didn't hear the timer ding? etc.

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  8. I would love to use this for sequencing

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  9. I like the idea of taking one step out - great for describing skills! Easy to target articulation with the sentences, also.

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