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Monday, October 22, 2012

SLP Resources {Handout}

Before I began this blog I had no idea the amount of resources and free materials that were available on the web. Thanks to sites like Pinterest, Teachers Pay Teachers, Teachers Notebook and Classroom Freebies, planning has become so much easier for me!

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In an effort to share the wealth with my colleagues (and my readers), I've compiled a list of the sites I've found most useful. I plan on giving this to the other SLP's in my department when we meet this week. These sites are by no means the "be-all and end-all" of resources. However, I felt this was a decent list for those who are beginning to use technology and the web as a therapeutic resource. Feel free to print and share this handout with your colleagues (leave a comment if you do).

What sites that I haven't mentioned do you find most useful?

UPDATE

I added one more link that I found useful (Education.com). Click here to view the updated handout.

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing all of this great information! Do you incorporate the curriculum in your therapy sessions/lessons? Also, teaching complex sentences? Do you teach it?? Thanks!!

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  2. You're welcome :) Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. Considering the frequency with which I service students, I find it hard to follow the curriculum. I follow a thematic approach.

    Checkout: http://freelanguagestuff.com/tag/compound-complex-sentences/# for ideas on how to target complex sentence formulation.

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  3. Thanks for sharing! I'm always looking for more resources!

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  4. Thanks! A great resource to give to my CFYs!

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  5. I'm glad you've found a useful resource in these handouts. :)

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