Week in Review, a Giveaway, AND a Hint!

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.
(This post includes direct links to the products. Free products are indicated.) 

Theme of the week: Easter

5 Minute Day:
Just in case you're wondering how to do a 5-minute day in a very small room:
I'm at the head of the table with one student, and the others are at the other end of the table.
For the independent center, I pulled out Speech is Sweet's A Dab of Speech and Language for the Year. It's still "almost" half-off, so if you're even thinking about getting it, do it before the price goes up! I can't wait to see what she includes for May!   

Preschool Language:
I only had one of my language students this week due to a longer than expected meeting. April's Showers (Linguisystems) was just the thing to use with my student. I used the Using His, Her, and Their Fun Deck (Super Duper) to work on he, she, and they.

School –Aged Language:
I made a Finger vs. Fork food chart for one of my students who is having a difficult time knowing when it's okay to use his fingers to eat lunch. It took quite a bit of planning to check the menu for the month, but LessonPix made it very easy to find the pictures I needed (or transfer them from another site) and make perfect pictures. His T.A. is reviewing the chart with him on the days I'm not there.
We also reviewed a social story about test taking. He's in 3rd grade, so we've got to get ready for state testing! We went over the story, then he read a story and answered questions, and we went over the story again. Hopefully by the time testing rolls around (in only 3 weeks!) it will be embedded in his brain!
My older group (which includes a fluency student) wanted to play Joke Dominoes again, so I obliged! 

Game Day:
 This is my traditional day last session before Easter game:
If you don't have Funny Bunny, put it on your list! The cubes you see in the picture are the Easter Grammar Dice I made on Lessonpix.
(The Groundhog Day Roll-a-Story Story Cubes by K Ratliff (Free)was the inspiration for this activity.)

It was hard to find a craftivity for Easter (well, it was hard to find a free craftivity), but this one was great! The kids loved it! You can find it here.

If you haven't seen the 2 Facts and a Fib blog hop, check out this post and get on board for your chance to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card!

I promised a giveaway in my post, so here's your chance to win 1 of 3 products from my TpT store.  (Joke Dominoes, Something's Buggy, or Help the Aliens Get Home)
Leave a comment and include how many total products I have in my TpT Store as well as your email address. I'll use rafflecopter.org to determine the winner! (Closes on 04/07/2015 at 12:55 p.m.)

Have you seen the movie The Patriot? Part of it was filmed in the town where I lived in SC. One time at church, we had a very special visitor!

So...how was your week? What did you do in therapy this week, or what do you have planned for next week?


  1. Love the bunny craft. Thanks for sharing! Love your hint! Happy Easter!

  2. A new game to add to my list! Awesome!

  3. 7 products! dani.kaplan@knights.ucf.edu

  4. 7 products.

    Thanks for the giveaway! The aliens game looks fun.

    1. Thanks, Andrea! My kids love the cooperative games!

  5. Your 5 minute day ideas have inspired me to change my schedule for next year so that I can include them!
    7 products, beckylspencer@gmail.com

  6. You have 7 :) cpnass@gmail.com

  7. 7 products kellyelawson1@gmail.com

  8. 7 products kellyelawson1@gmail.com


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