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The Teacher and the Speech-Language Pathologist: Tips for Effective Collaboration

The Teacher and the Speech-Language Pathologist: Tips for Effective Collaboration. This is the go-to post if you have student receiving speech and language services. Written by an ASHA certified, school-based SLP, Certified Autism Specialist.

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Happy New Year to you! Please enjoy this little freebie from me {Mia McDaniel} to you!

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My Speech Snowglobes {for articulation & phonemic awareness!)

These speech snowglobes require absolutely no prep!! Just print and go for articulation therapy- the 16 snowglobe pages use black ink only and are perfect for addressing phonemic awareness and articulation skills. Then send home for more practice!

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Christmas Complex Sentence Builder - 160 cards

Your students will enjoy creating sentences containing dependent and independent clauses.

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Speech in a Snap January: No Prep Activities for the Entire Month

NO PREP speech and language activities for the whole month of January! {Word of Mouth}

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An INTERACTIVE book for WHO questions & actions

This has been a lifesaver in language theraoy with my preschoolers and children with autism! It might do the trick for you, too!

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Use this as a poster or handout to share with your team at school!Created to celebrate Better Hearing and Speech Month, May 2015; this is a great tool to promote understanding of the role of Speech Language Pathologists in the school setting. Collaboration is key!

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a versatile winter freebie from me {Mia McDaniel} to YOU!

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Bookmarks: language for classroom collaboration. Use these to help your students communicate with groups, patterns, or whole class discussion. 21st century skills.

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Are you having a hard time getting parents involved? You may want to consider some of these tips to remove barriers and begin building relationships.

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