Friday, May 1, 2015

Week in Review 05/01/2015

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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Since this was state testing week, things were pretty relaxed in my speech room. As in...it was "game week"!

 Monday and Tuesday I pulled out my games from my Ready for Summer: 3 Games in 1. The kids really enjoyed working as a team. When I asked them which was their favorite, I got mixed reviews. A couple of Kinders said, "All of them!"



Thursday was all about Flyin' Frogs. My kids had such a good time playing this!

School –Aged Language:
Natalie Snyder's freebie It's Raining Idioms was perfect for my school-aged language kids! This student was able to play the game while reviewing/learning idioms.
Tuesday was the first time I was able to use Teach Speech 365's January Speech & Language Mystery. If you didn't snag it in January, then you're too late. This was an excellent packet!
I pulled Cariboo out for one of my students who is working on social skills. He responded to every situation I gave him with "sad", "happy", or "mad". Lots of work needs to be done! 
Cariboo Social Skills (Peachie Speechie)
Craftivity/Preschool:
I found this super cute freebie from Randi: Spring Fever Butterflies  and just switched out pictures for the numbers.
My walk-in preschooler also did the craftivity; we worked on following directions, answering questions without echolalia, and vocabulary/verbs that go along with the Spring Interactive Book from Speech Universe.
We also read an Emergent Reader about Spring (FREE from Julie Shope!). I used Smarty Symbols to make visual cues to help my student "read" the book.

On top of all this, TpT AND Teacher's Notebook are having sales!

250 × 120

What was going on in your therapy room this week, or what do you have planned for next week?

1 comment:

  1. I always love to see what you've been up to! I, on the other hand, was on vacation! YAY! 34 days left.

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