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No Prep Springtime Themed Speech & Language Pack with FREEBIE!

I had the WHOLE week off because my district has no started giving us a Winter break!  I managed to dabble in a few things and thought I would share with you all how I spent my week.

photo 4Went to IKEA and got some affordable organization shelving for my son’s desk!  I orchestrated where everything should go and my wonderful hubby put it all into place!

photo 3Had a night off (thanks to my sweet mommy) with the hubs.  Date night with my man and a prickly pear margarita.

photo 2Got my jamberry on and use  my new wraps for a fun mani!  I am now a consultant, so if you want to host a party and get some wraps for FREE, go to my website and request to host a party with me!

photo 1Hung out with these cutie pies at Fairy Tale Town, the park and with friends!

Slide1I also finished up my NEWEST print n’ go activities pack (slowly worked on it for a month)!  There is only black and white ink worksheet pages, and most of the activities require no prep, which means happy, stress-free SLP!  My Winter Print N’ Go and Valentine’s Day Print N’ Go have saved me a lot because IEP’s, assessments and paperwork has been piled how the last couple of months.

Spring Themed Print N' Go Speech and Language Activities PREVIEW 2It is FILLED with 3 game boards, 3 dot to dot marker sheets, cut and glue word association, popsicle stick puppets, roll and color game sheets and my FAVORITE: comprehension of complex sentences sheets.

Spring Themed Print N' Go Speech and Language Activities PREVIEWI love that I can send these home for homework as well!  You can grab this Spring Time Pack and be a relaxed SLP during crazy IEP season!!

ants go marchingI made this fun Ants Go Marching hat craftivity that is in my Spring Time packet.  It is easy to prep AND you work on subject-verb agreement while talking about what each ant is holding.  Grab this FREEBIE on my TPT store!

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18 Responses

  1. Jen K

    Grammar is always the one thing I need!

  2. Olga

    Love your work! Can you make materials for older kids (junior high) working on figurative language and critical thinking skills?

  3. Erica

    I love your bundles! I would like to see more sentence formation activities.

  4. Helen Wagner

    I always need open-ended activities!

  5. Alana

    Mostly basic language skills. I am working on very functional language skills with some of my students with autism. We use a lot of adaptable books, or activities with manipulatives needed in order to complete the tasks.

  6. Anne Doyle

    I seem to need activities for middle school the most, particularly reasoning and articulation.

  7. KK

    Listening comprehension activities for older elementary students.

  8. Jamie

    I like vocabulary activities, such as prefixes/suffixes, multiple meaning words, and context clues.

  9. stephanie

    conversation skills, grammar skills/editing skills

  10. Sara

    I am always looking for fluency activities for upper elementary students, new spin on articulation therapy, and grammar- verbs, pronouns, etc., along with vocabulary development….oh, social skills too!

  11. Denise Roditi

    Oral Narratives/story retell skills are something I work on all the time.

  12. Kim Hovey

    I need preschool-accessible activities!

  13. Erin

    I always need listening/reading comprehension, inferencing/predicting questions, and grammar!

  14. Vicki B in VA

    Whoo Hoo! Black and white! No ink! Love it all!!

  15. Vicki B in VA

    I always need fun activities for articulation/phonology.

  16. Jenna

    I love how creative your packets are! Thank you for sharing your talents!

  17. Jenna K

    I could really use language therapy materials. Possibly language variations of board games kids are familiar with. I have a adapted candy land for articulation but language is much harder for me to find games to adapt.

  18. Jamie

    I’m always looking for language materials: answering questions, sequencing, features/function/class.

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