Gingerbread Language Pack

I recently updated one of my students’ goals to include following conditional directions.  While working on it last week, I realized that he is capable of following them when I am speaking to just him, but when they are given in a group, he loses this ability.  This prompted me to make my latest activity […]

Sensory turkeys and Christmas Sentence Structure

Hi all, I haven’t updated in 3 weeks – wow, time flies!  I had so many ideas for therapy materials to make and blog posts to write, but then I got engaged.  Suddenly looking at bridesmaids dresses, photographers, florists, centerpieces, and scouring the internet for the perfect yellow shoe has become more fun.  Don’t get me […]

Grateful Grammar – Pronouns

How is everyone doing in the storm?  Knock on wood – it is fine here in Northern Virginia.  It’s windy and rainy, but tolerable. I’ve used this time to finish up one of the grammar packs that I’ve been working on for about a week!  I’ve had a ton of writer’s block lately so it’s taken […]

Comparing and Contrasting

Ask and you shall receive.  I’ve gotten many requests for same/different or compare/contrast materials. So, I’ve made just that!  Not to mention, I’ve seen an influx of holiday/seasonal downloads that I thought it was time for a generic pack that can be used all year long without any strange looks from kids.  I’ve also had a […]

Organization

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I have a slight case of OCD when it comes to neatness, organization, and office supplies.  I’m so in love with Ziploc bags that when I saw this system on Pinterest, I knew that I had to organzie my homemade (and printed from online sources) materials with […]