Friday, April 24, 2015

Week In Review: 04/23/2015

Old School Speech
I started this linky so that SLPs could go to 1 place to get ideas for therapy. Write a post about either what you did this week, or what you have planned for next week. All I ask is that you share a link back to my blog in your post.
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Theme of the week: BUGS!

5 Minute Day:
 My kids absolutely loved this game:
This is the first time I've had a chance to try out this game, and it was a hit. In fact, yesterday, my phone said, "Ca-ching" (indicating a TpT sale), and I explained what it was to 2 of my girls. They asked me how much I sold this game for, and, when I told them, they said, "Only $1? It's worth so much more!" So...there you have it! You can find it here.


Preschool:
As a supplement to Speech Universe's Spring Interactive Books, I made visuals of the carrier phrase with Smarty Symbols. This helps my student make complete sentences.
My walk-in student daubed the tulip from DLTK. To be perfectly honest, I completely forgot to have something planned for her, and I didn't think she would be able to do our "game of the week". This was perfect for her, and she was totally content to do the tulip page.

School –Aged Language:

Once again, I made some "Grammar Dice" from Lessonpix. This time, "The gardener" was the subject. I wrote down the sentence exactly as my student said it, then we went through & he decided if the sentence sounded right. If not, we talked about how to fix it. Then, he took it home for homework.
Another student is using the same grammar dice to answer "wh" questions.
State testing is next week, so I continued getting my 3rd-5th graders ready for testing.


Game Day:
Keeping with the "Bug" theme, I pulled out Ants in the Pants. I have the students say their target 3 times, then they get 2 or 3 tries for their turn. When it's almost time to go, if no one has won, I let them have a "free for all". The first one to get all of their ants in (without taking turns) wins. 

What did you do this week, or what do you have planned for next week?

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