Tuesday, November 6, 2012

The "I need SUBSCRIBERS" Giveaway!

I am really thrilled that my blog has had over 400 hits in the past month!  However, I still only have two email subscribers.  
So, in an effort to increase my email subscribers and blog followers I have decided to have a app giveaway.  You earn entries for a free $1.99 app from SuperDuper. There will be three winners.  Check out my Rafflecopter giveaway below.   You must subscribe by email to get entered in the drawing.  Just by subscribing you get 10 entries in to the contest!  First enter your email address on the right side of the blog where it says 
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 Then go the the Rafflecopter window below and click on the DO IT button.  You can either sign in to rafflecopter with Facebook or your email.
Then if you choose, you can earn additional entries for sharing on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and more.  You can use the share buttons at the bottom of this post to share on Facebook and Twitter.  Go to my Teachers Pay Teachers and Twitter buttons on the right side of the blog to follow me there.  Then you can click on the rafflecopter "DO IT" entries.

One last thing....don't forget to verify your email address by clicking the link in the subscriber confirmation email you should get after you subscribe!  That will make sure you actually get the blog updates.

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Monday, November 5, 2012

Multiple Meaning Bingo

One of my favorite things to work on in speech therapy is multiple meaning words.  I created this bingo game and multiple meaning cards with Boardmaker and  I want to share it with all of you.  You can download the entire pdf file from my Teachers Pay Teachers page with the link below.  There are four different boards and two pages of the teaching cards (also can be used for "calling" in the bingo game) I hope you enjoy it.

Sunday, November 4, 2012

STICK to simple

So this is a silly little post about a common product that works great for me in therapy. You know how you have some of those cards that are multiple choice and you really want the kids to be able to generate their own answer? Well I used to use regular post-it's to try and cover up the answer but found that the kids can see through them and they don't stay stuck to well. This year I bought some post-it labels at my local discount store. These ate a thicker colored paper and the entire back of the post it is sticky. One post-it label will make it through a whole session of repositioning it on each card. I know it is a silly thing to post about but I was so giddy about how well this worked for me, I thought I would share.
post-it labels work great!