Monday, May 2, 2016

Top Wish-listed Items!

There is a big, site-wide TpT sale on Tuesday and Wednesday. It is the BEST time to stock up on all of those items in your cart or on your wish-list. To help you with your shopping, Jen over at Teaching the Tongass is sponsoring a linky. Sellers who link up will feature our three most wish-listed products on Teachers Pay Teachers. Thank you so much Jen, for creating the link-up. Click on the graphic below to head over to Jen’s blog where you will find all of the participating sellers.

First up is my best-seller, Cycles for Phonology-Final Consonant Deletion. I made this packet while I was working with a little one who needed the cycles approach. I’ve been doing cycles for 32 years! It is an amazing way to treat your students with severely unintelligible speech. I got tired of hunting through several different products to find what I needed for my student, so I put it all together in ONE packet! It is ALL black-ink only, except for one set of cards per process. Are you an itinerant SLP? Store it on your flash drive and print out what you need at school!

Do you use books in your classroom or in your therapy room? One of my specialties is literacy-based book companions. Here is my much wish-listed companion for Corduroy, by Don Freeman. You can find this book in virtually ANY school library. And here is the perfect companion for it. It is packed with activities to improve listening and oral language skills.

 The next most wish-listed item is another of my cycles packets. This packet focuses on cluster-reduction. Many people know that improving production of clusters (S-clusters, in this case) greatly improves overall intelligibility. All of my cycles packets are organized in the same way. Designed just for the busy SLP! You can literally print out a few pages and have a session ready to go in a few minutes.

We hope this helps you make up your shopping list. Oh and the code for the sale is CELEBRATE. Let's do some celebrating!!

Thank you Jen for organizing this linky!

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