A Blog Party to Celebrate!

I am celebrating my first year as a blogger and as a SLP Author on teacherpayteachers.com. This past year has flown by! I have met some fantastic SLPs from all over the United States and Canada, made some wonderful friends, attended a conference where I learned so much including that there is just so much more to learn yet, and became better organized with my materials. On a personal level, this past year, provided me the opportunity to stretch my creative wand and craft therapy materials while building a better future for my family and my daughter. I even had the opportunity to take my family on our 1st Family Vacation!



So I would like to express my thanks to you! Thank you if you read a blog post and found insight or inspiration. Thank you if you purchased one of my products from my TpT store. Thank you if you ever left me feedback on this blog or in my store (paid or freebie) because that feedback encouraged me to continue and helped improve my blog posts and products to better meet your needs.


To celebrate this first year achievement and to thank all who have supported me this past year, I am holding a CELEBRATORY GIVEAWAY PARTY! To help me celebrate, fourteen of my SLP Author friends have donated to my giveaways. Below you will find four separate giveaways that you can enter. Please enter ANY and ALL of the giveaways that you feel would be beneficial for your caseload. The giveaways will end on Friday (4/1). 
Enter the Rafflecopter for a change to win $30 in products from my store
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Thank you to these spectacular SLP Authors (and friends) who donated the following products to celebrate!
Alberta Speechie for Association Dominoes!
Beautiful Speech Life for Superhero Compare & ContrastVocabulary!
Keeping Speech Simple for Spring What’s Different!
Susan Berkowitz for Language Activity Sampler!
Sweet Southern Speech for Dice and Dot for Speech &Language!
Talkin’ with Twang for Pronoun-Verb Flip and Practice!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Thank you to these fabulous SLP Authors (and friends) who donated the following products to celebrate!
Activity Tailor for Zig Zags Articulation Bundle!
Looks Like Language for Rainy Day R Game!
Speech is Beautiful for Syllable Tracing Task Cards!
Speech Therapy Fun for Monthly Articulation Party Ideas!
TLC Talk Shop for Articulation to A-MAZE: Spring Edition!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Thank you to these outstanding SLP Authors (and friends) who donated the following products to celebrate!
Firefly Speech & Language for 10 Little Rubber DucksOverboard Book Companion!
Monae’s Speech House for Outer Space: Here I Come!
The Speech Space for Spring Interactive Books!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Thanks to all my friends who donated, my supporters for both my blog and store, and you for celebrating with me!


 

26 comments

  1. Thanks for the giveaways!!! Congrats on 1 year:) I would love to purchase any of your blooms activities, the receptive and expressive language builder, or mash and mark pronouns.

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  2. Can't believe it's been a year already! You have amazing stuff and I'm so glad you are making it available for everyone!

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  3. I would love your WH questions and Apraxia Mash and Mark Mats!!

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    1. The Language goals that I am working on most frequently include increasing utterance length as well as answering "wh" questions accurately and on-topic

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    2. My best techniques or tools for teaching speech sounds include using a modified prompts technique (I really believe the tactile cueing is key!) as well as visual cues (e.g., mirror work, mighty mouth, watching my lips/mouth, etc.).

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    3. I incorporate literacy into therapy by using simple and repetitive stories (e.g.,"Old Lady" stories) to increase vocabulary, in order to re-tell stories in sequential order, to answer comprehension questions, and for articulation students to listen for their sounds.

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  4. I love your Mash and Mark activities as well as the Bloom bundle. I have worked a lot on grammar skills (pronouns and verb tenses) as well as wh questions. I think that my mirror is one of the best tools that I have when working on speech sounds. I incorporate literacy into therapy by the use of book companions as well as just using books in general to meet the needs of all of my students.

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  5. Congrats on 1 year! You have amazing products and I think your BUNDLED Blooms for Speech & Language Skills would be most useful to work with my students. Thank you so much for this giveaway!

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  6. Thanks for your giveaway! I target verb tenses the most in the area of language!

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  7. I would love your WH- questions products and fluency products for my caseload! Everything in your store looks great though!

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    1. The language goals I work on the most frequently are: giving definitions,categorization, and comparing and contrasting

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    2. I love using visual and tactile cues, mirrors, and pairing hand signals with sounds during speech therapy!

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    3. I think books can be used to target so many goals, so I try to incorporate them into my sessions as frequently as possible. Using books from Tar Heel Reader can also help me find stories relating to my students interests, a topic we are learning about in therapy, and can even allow for us to publish our own books! Book companions also are a huge help for incorporating literacy into therapy while focusing on specific goals.

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  8. I incorporate literacy into therapy by using picture books in therapy. Even the older kids love it!

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  9. I think your bundle Blooms for Speech & Language Skills would be the most helpful for my caseload. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  10. Congrats on one year! I think your wh-questions mash and mark or pronouns mash and mark would most benefit my caseload. I have lots of children who struggle with these and your packs look very fun and engaging!

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  11. I would love to use the Mash and Mark Phonology set, as well as the Mash and Mark Apraxia set. I am always looking for activities that keep my preschool caseload engaged!

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  12. I work on following directions, basic concepts, and increasing MLU most frequently. Comes with the territory of being a preschool SLP! :)

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  13. Way to celebrate ONE year!! Love your work!!

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  14. Congratulations! I think any of your Bloom packets would be great!

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  15. Congratulations! Your blooms for speech and language look like a great product that would help out with my caseload!

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  16. Products in your store that would help me would be anything with social skills or language.

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    1. This year we are working a lot on categorizing and describing objects.

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    2. Visual Phonics has been a great tool for teaching certain sounds.

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    3. I incorporate literacy by finding books with target sounds and using them to target artic goals.

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