Have you heard of the Teachers Pay Teachers website? If not, this is something you MUST take a look at! I love getting new materials and I think getting them cheap is even better! This site allows teachers to sell products they have created for their classroom. Therefore, I think that these products are the best because they were made by people who are in the classroom daily and most of the products have been tested in a real classroom! Some things you can download for free and others cost between $1.00 and $5.00 (sometimes the price is higher; it just depends on the product.) And the best part is SLPs are selling materials they have created for therapy!
In fact, The Speech Ladies have just opened up a store! To see our store go here or click on the Teachers Pay Teachers (TPT) button on the right side of the screen. And to celebrate we are having a sale! Everything is 10% off! There is not much to look at right now, but we have many more products coming your way! Everything you see was created specifically for my caseload, so it has been tested on real students! If you are struggling to find materials for a certain area, please let us know! Also, take a look around the site because there are some other fantastic SLPs selling excellent products as well!
And if you purchase something, be sure to leave feedback for that seller. Each time you give feedback you earn TPT points. Each point is worth so much money and once you have enough, you may cash in your points to buy a product! To read more about how this works, click here.
From time to time we will use the blog to feature different products we have available in our store, but don’t worry we will still continue to post about other things as well! Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to hear about our newest products first, as well as some special giveaways! (Hint: You may see a TPT giveaway on Facebook soon!)
To celebrate the opening of our store we have created two Halloween themed games!AND EVERYTHING IS 10% OFF!
In this activity a student must draw a card and then sequence the given activity (example: tell your friend how you bob for apples). The game also includes cards to loose or gain a turn and a sequence cheat sheet (the cheat sheet reminds the student to use words such as first, then, next and last).
Candy Corn Rhyme
This activity is very similar to our Dr. Seuss rhymes. Just print candy corns on cardstock, cut apart on the black lines between the colors and laminate. Then have the students put the candy corn back together by matching the words that rhyme.
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