Wednesday, July 31, 2013

What's New at Speech2U: July Edition

A few months ago I decided to do one monthly MEGAPOST per month on new products that I have at my TPT and/or Teacher's Notebook stores.
All Products are listed on Facebook and are on sale for up to 50% off for the first two days that I list a product on TPT.  You can like my page of Facebook so that you don't miss any good sales!  
Then the rest of the month we can talk about other fun things!

Magical Paraphrasing:


I'm always struggling to find good activities for paraphrasing.  I have a few clients who really struggle with the concept and wanted to make something a little more hands on for them to understand the concept.  I've always liked using magic tricks for describing and retelling information.  Magic is also a great way to introduce Perspective taking skills:

  • What do you know
  • What does the audience know
  • What do you want the audience to think


Flip Flap: Listening Comprehension:


My kids have been loving these flip flap books.  I've laminated one to use in therapy and usually send a paper copy home that we made.  This product focused on answering wh questions related to paragraph level materials.  I also added in some cue cards for who, what, where, when and why questions for my clients who struggle with comprehending wh questions.  

Flip Flap: Definitions:

This is another Flip Flap book focusing on definitions.  I added some pictures for defining vocabulary and also structured sentences on each page to help my clients structure their definitions.  

Enter below to win your choice of one of my new products.  Please feel free to share this giveaway with your friends and colleagues.  If I get more than 500 entries, I'll pick two winners to receive all three products!  Thanks!

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17 comments:

jlshimab said...

kickball!

jlshimab said...

kickball!

Rose Ann said...

My favorite outdoor game as a child--an oldie but goodie--would be "Red Light, Green Light!" And now I play it with my pre-K speech kiddos. They love it too :)

Speech2U said...

Rose Ann-That's a good one. And a great idea for using in therapy too!

Sharon Schackmann said...

My favorite outdoor childhood game was hide and seek! I still love that game :)

Rachel said...

My favorite outdoor game was hide and seek!

Rachel said...

My favorite outdoor game is hide and seek!

Anne said...

Capture the flag was my favorite!!

Tracy said...

My favorite childhood game was Mother May I...?

Carly said...

Hide and Go Seek! :D Or my sibings and I made up our own "Mario" game where there was lava everywhere and we could only step on leaves.

Susan said...

I live in Arizona so we don't get outside too much due to the heat but in the Fall when we have cooler weather I like to take my artic kiddos outside and we play I Spy and they find items that have their sound in them.

Rachael Freeman said...

I loved playing Kick the Can with the neighbor kids. Or any game with a hiding component!

Brookssy said...

Spotlight Tag :-)

Brookssy said...

Spotlight Tag :-)

prairiegirl said...

Kick the can with the whole neighborhood was the best!

prairiegirl said...

Kick the can with the whole neighborhood was the best!

Speech2U said...

Great games: I loved SPUD, ghosts in the graveyard, and TV tag. Kick the can was so much fun too!

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