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I’m sorry I’ve been a little MIA lately. As many of you may know, last weekend we experienced the flood of the century here in Baton Rouge. Hundreds of thousands of people were affected and are experiencing significant loss. My family and I are a part of that number. Below is my parents’ street, with so many of their belongings… Read More
One of my favorite ways to scaffold for my students is to add a visual. Many of my kids with language disorders are such visual learners that it’s often the only thing that helps. We’ll talk more about visual scaffolding in a later blog post, but today I wanted to share a fantastic visual to use…stock photos! P.S. Stay tuned… Read More
It’s that time already. I go back to school Thursday. Thursday! Where did the summer go? Luckily TPT decided to have their big SITE WIDE SALE August 1-2 just in time for me to prep some materials and get ready to start my year off right. I’m linking up with Speech Room News to share what’s in my cart for the… Read More
Today I’m starting a new series on my blog that addresses a much-needed topic (for me at least): scaffolding. Together we’ll look at a few strategies and supports to help our students with language difficulties. This will definitely get me ready to kick it into high gear when school begins in a couple of weeks. So grab yourself a hot… Read More
I am so thankful for my SLP community. One of my favorite things about blogging is that I can ask questions, share ideas, and hear what works for you in return. I would love for you to join in the conversation. Feel free to leave a comment, say hello, or ask a question any time. It makes me so happy… Read More