Welcome to the actual second to the last survey. Ha. Last week I said THAT was the second to the last one…I lied This survey is REALLY the second to the last one, the last one will be coming either this Friday or early next week!
Today I am writing on one of my favorite topics: how to use wordless picture books for narrative assessment and treatment purposes in speech language pathology. I love wordless picture books (or WLPBs as I refer to them) ...
Today I will be reviewing Teach Speech 365's activity: There Was A Silly SLP (Plurals)! This activity includes an interactive story that is an original creation from Teach Speech! It is about an SLP that gets glue all over her!
Readers are drawn into the vibrant collage of colors on the first page of The Ant and the Grasshopper, ”Somewhere on the boulevard of backyards an ant was struggling with the remnants of a picnic.” Each page is equally as rich, packed with...
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