1. Learn with Adrienne has some wonderful videos that are fun and functional to help toddlers increase their language skills. All of these activities can easily be incorporated in to home environment and across multiple settings.
2. Accessible Chef is one of my favorites because you can target language skills through cooking. They have a list of different recipes with all of the steps and visual supports to support each recipe. There is also a section where you can use their recipe creator tool if you have a recipe that is not listed on their website. They have a bank of pictures, so it is convenient if you are looking for specific ingredients to create your own recipe.
Sight Words.com is a wonderful free resource that provides a "detailed curriculum outline" for different lessons related to sight words. This website provides activities, techniques and materials that are beneficial when learning sight words. There are sight word lists for grades PK-4th grade.
Enjoy exploring Sightwords.com. Special Thanks to Margo for sharing this wonderful resource!
Futureslps.com wants to take the time to personally thank Nancy's class from Goodwin Community Center that have been studying hard this summer.
They have contributed a new resource to Futureslps.com SAT resource section. The resource (http://www.bestcollegereviews.org/college-prep-for-the-sat/) that they found has lots of great SAT tips, study guides, and practice tests and quizzes.
Keep up the good work and wishing you all an awesome school year!
"Celebrate what you’ve accomplished, but raise the bar a little higher each time you succeed."-Mia Hamm-
Kristin Cummings, M.S., CCC-SLP is the founder of the blog Simply Speech (http://kcummingsslp.blogspot.com). Her blog has a lot of creative speech therapy resources and ideas. Below is a list of some of the posts from Kristin's blog.
Decorating your Speech Room:Provides pictures of how she decorated and organized her speech room.
FREEBIES: Fun Therapy Games and Printables
Speech-A-Gories: Activities for students to practice speech sounds.
I Have Who Has : A game to allow students to learn the names of school supplies.
Lemonade, Anyone: Targeting Present vs. Past Tense
Quick and Easy Therapy Games
How Do you Keep Student Data?: A great post about keeping data and visuals of how Kristin keeps data.
Classroom Management: I enjoyed reading this post regarding managing behaviors in the classroom. Kristin provides some great strategies and visuals to implement into therapy sessions.
One of my favorite posts is related to The Story Grammar Marker, which is entitled Here's The Story, of a Man Named Braidy"
Be sure to check out Kristin's blog for other creative therapy activities and ideas. Follow her on Pinterest and like Simply Speech on Facebook.