With just a few weeks left in the school year, the time to start packing up your classroom will soon arrive before you know it. Here are five simple tips to help you pack up your classroom smarter. Take a look!
As students around the country return to in-person instruction, school-based mental health services are more crucial than ever. Before the global pandemic, schools already struggled to offer these critical services to students in crisis—and without question, adding COVID-19 to the equation quickly exacerbated this demand. According to the National Center for Disease Control and Prevention,… Read More »
It is commonly believed that students with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) aren’t eligible to obtain special education services during the summer. In reality, educational administrators must provide extended school year (ESY) programs annually to students with disabilities. ESY refers to related services and special education administered outside of the regular school year to provide… Read More »
It’s an inevitability faced by special education professionals everywhere: the need to regularly develop and revise student IEPs (Individual Education Programs) throughout the school year. Because this critical and necessary undertaking demands a considerable allocation of time, special education teachers and school administrators are often faced with a challenging yet essential question: how can… Read More »
With 24 consonants and 20 vowels in the English language, it’s no wonder that many children end up struggling to pronounce at least 1 or 2. And of course, /r/ sound referrals are among the most common within the school-based SLP community. It’s likely for this reason that many creative activities for school-based therapy are… Read More »
The cold, gray days of winter are upon us…but they’re not ALL bad! There are plenty of things to love about the briskest season, and we’ve created a winter bingo activity to remind you of just how beautiful the season can be. Perfect for Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) and Special Education Teachers, this winter bingo activity… Read More »
Practice materials that engage your students are a critical element of successful treatment in any speech-language pathology classroom. This fun (and free!) final consonant deletion speech activity has twenty pages of minimal error pairs and pictures that will surely do the trick! How It Works Each page of this final consonant deletion speech activity shows… Read More »