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TPT May 2014 sale badge

The spring Teacher Appreciation sale at TpT takes place this week, May 6-7.  By using code:  TPTXO you receive an additional discount off your cart–and most sellers are will be discounting their stores 20%.  That’s showing some love!

Jenna over at Speech Room News is hosting a linky party so you can see what others have in their cart.  Take some time to look around and see what might help you finish up the year strong!

ArticulaStory BUNDLE and Save! for R, S, TH, SH and CH

If you have more students working on carry-over skills at this point, you’ll want to consider my ArticulaStory bundle with silly fill-in-the-blank stories that elementary/middle school students love (sounds also available separately).

1, 2, 3 Action! (listening and following directions)

If the weather is finally nice enough for you to move around, even head outside, take a look at 1, 2, 3 Action! to target listening and following directions.

I’ll be picking up:

Speech Club "R" (Fall)

Fall Speech Club for R:  I’m already looking forward to having some new materials when we head back in the fall!

Alphapalooza Phonemic Awareness and Phonics Fun

Alphapalooza!  I had a bunch of students that needed work on these skills all year long.  The more resources, the better!

Articulation Cans {a DIY you'll use forever!}

Articulation Cans:  This looks like a flexible item that I can use year round.

Do Not Break the Ice Blocks ~ Pre K with visuals

Don’t Break the Ice (PK Edition):  My older kids love this and I love that my little ones will be able to get in on the action too!

Beginning Blends & Digraphs Flip Books {23 Books to Teach

Blends Flip Books:  This isn’t an SLP product, but blends and diagraphs have really caused trouble for a number of my students this year.  I think these will be great practice for home.

Happy shopping!


This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Jeanette

    Thanks for all the great suggestions! I love checking out new material this time of the year so I can end the year well and prepare for the next.

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