Speech and Language Snowman Craftivity

This week in therapy every student on my caseload will be making a snowman.  I saw the idea to use paper doilies to make a snowman on Pinterest and knew I had to do it!   Here are the supplies you will need: Click on the affiliate links below to find them! two sizes of […]

Cooking Up Simple Sentences with the Speech Bubble

My favorite thing to work on with students is grammar, so when I got the chance to review The Speech Bubble’s “Cooking Up Simple Sentences“, I jumped on it!      This product targets sentence structure in two ways: indentifying complete sentences vs. incomplete sentences and creating simple sentences and expanding them appropriately.  ***I […]

Adverb Arcade & a St. Patrick’s sensory craft

Many people have been requesting activities targeting adverbs.  Well, I made just that!  It, like many of my activities, gives a variety of levels.  Also, the arcade theme is appropriate for a variety of ages. There are 4 posters/anchor charts/visuals that explain: what an adverb is, how an adverb differs from an adjective, examples of […]

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 […]