Category: Freebies

SLP Freebies

Have you been working your nicely manicured fingers to the bone?  I know I have, it’s just that time of year. Loads of IEP meetings, evaluations and always progress reports (ugh). I’m giving you a few handy resources. You can give these to parents,  your team, or share them with a CF student you’re supervising…and Read More …

You Don’t Have to Buy Anything

Happy New Year SLPgirlbosses, I don’t know about you but I feel like everyone’s been trying to sell me something during the holidays. And then all the post holiday sales; don’t get me wrong, I do LOVE to shop, just not constantly. We bought the presents, opened the presents, ate all the cookies, and drank all Read More …

School SLPs! Feeling overwhelmed and frazzled?

Two weeks into the school year and already feeling a tiny bit overwhelmed? It happens!  With IEPs, evaluations, scheduling, team building and oh yeah, THERAPY, you’re probably wishing there were more hours in a day.  Believe me, I’ve been there. But, if you’ll remember, we’re working on building ourselves some systems; an SLP foundation that Read More …

Better Hearing and Speech Month

I am so proud to be one of the 140,000 speech language pathologists in the United States. We change lives-that’s our superpower! You hold the key to helping each child you work with develop his communication skills to his full potential. May is Better Hearing and Speech Month. Sponsored by the American Speech Language Hearing Read More …

Valentine’s Day Verbs Freebie

I created this product to help students practice verb tense.  Click on the picture above to see the product on Teachers Pay Teachers. So many of the kids I see really struggle with this. This activity is aligned with Common Core Standards for 3rd through 5th grade. Includes: -16 pairs of matching verb heart cards Read More …

Christmas Vocabulary Fun

  This is one of my groups from this morning. I got these Christmas word cards on Teachers Pay Teachers from Mrs. W for FREE! I laminated them in long strips and laid them out on the table . The kids took turns tossing red or green poker chips and naming the word that their Read More …