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IEW banned words on envelopes with better choices inside to pull out. kids can make this at any level, grade. Just by making it, they are learning new words to use!

I always use this trick :)

How and why to use whom in a sentence - The Oatmeal

"The Late Talker": A Poem

"The Late Talker": A Poem

Words That Describe Someone's Voice

Writing Aid - words that describe someone's voice

For all the writers out there, The wheel of emotions #writing

Wiggly Eye Drawing Starter. Makes a good art center. Kids can use their imagination to draw animals, monsters, people, sea creatures, etc.

House of Baby Piranha: Wiggly Eye Drawing Starter

Printable Imaginative Play Mats -

Printable Imaginative Play Mats -

MAIN IDEA~ Each bag has a unified group of items. Students unpack bag and write down the main idea and "supporting details." Great hands-on activity!

The Teacher in Me: Main Idea and Supporting Details Fun Activity

Fancy Nancy can be used to go along with a fancy words wall. Students hear and learn new words every day and having a place for them to bring them back to gets them looking for new words that enhance their vocabulary.

Speech Pathology Australia's Book of the Year Award Winners for 2013

Speech Pathology Australia's 2013 Book of the Year Awards - ANOTHER six great books that made the shortlist for early language skills.

Speech Pathology Australia's 2013 Book of the Year Awards - six great books that made the shortlist for early language skills.

Silly sentences // word work station

First Grade Fresh: Workstation Revamp! {& Silly Sentences}

fantastic description of a study of vocabulary development

A Not-So-Despicable Comparing Activity: Free language therapy idea for comparing and contrasting Despicable Me minions!

Easy Way to Practice Adjectives using Legos or blocks. Add #Braille labels

WORD COLLECTION JARS - I adore this! Pull 10 words from the jar and create a story using all 10 words!

Word Collection Jars

British and American English

Use speech bubbles on famous paintings to get students thinking/writing!

Tip of the Week - Thought Bubbles on Photos

Help kids practice irregular past tense verbs (have = had, leave = left, buy = bought) with a card game similar to slap jack! Free printable cards.

Know someone who loves to play with toy cars and trucks? This delivery depot is a great play idea that’s easy to set up and includes lots of ways for children to develop their language, reading and maths skills as they play.

Play with trucks in a DIY delivery depot!

verbs on one wheel, nouns on the other. Make silly sentences.

speech therapy gifts for christmas

Three mealtime words to practice with your baby