Monthly Archives: April 2013

Articulation bubbles!

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I had my bowl of bubbles sitting on my therapy table from an earlier language group when in walks my articulation group.  Their eyes lit up when they saw the bubbles and we just had to figure out a way … Continue reading

Bubbles, Bubbles…Pop, Pop, Pop!

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If I was stranded on a desert island and could only choose three tools for therapy, bubbles would be top on my list.  Hey, it may even make it twice!  It’s a favorite for all ages and just brings a … Continue reading

I love my Earth – Multiple Meaning Word Edition {FREEBIE}

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We have been celebrating our Earth in the therapy room 🙂  Our school has an involved recycling program, so we really have conversations about it throughout the year, but it has been fun to have a unit focusing on Earth … Continue reading

Spring is here!

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The weather has finally warmed up, although the pollen around here is off the charts!  I had so much fun with a Spring craft today.  This was one of those activities that I whipped together last minute for a group … Continue reading

Earth, Worm, Dirt: “er” word sort

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Spring Break is over, March Madness has finished, and pollen is coating us all a nice shade of yellow.  Now it’s time to start celebrating Earth Day (April 22)!  Today I used an “er” word sort that I found from … Continue reading

B-L-O-G… Who-What-When-Where-Why?

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Hello world!  I’ve debated for a while about whether or not to do this blog.  You know, those internal debates where you can rationalize the decision based solely on your mood and not really on any true lists of pros … Continue reading