December 23, 2014

Merry Christmas and Materials Update!


Hey everyone! I have been getting ready for Christmas and I'm using my break from school to work on some TpT materials a little.  I have been planning and working on this update to Apraxia Island forever!  I really hope you like it.  If there is anything you would like added to it, don't hesitate to email me and let me know. 

 Included in the update are full color photos to accompany each target word for language and articulation.

New cards for a simple point game are also included.
 A brand new homework page.
 And a revised board game.

If you have already purchased Apraxia Island, please be sure and re-download for free!  This pack is available for purchase right here in my TpT store. Or, enter the giveaway below for a chance to win it for free! 

I really hope you enjoy this update and this pack in general. I am always open to materials/game suggestions anytime at thespeechumbrella@gmail.com






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15 comments:

  1. Great giveaway!! Apraxia Island would be perfect for several kids on my caseload!

    As an SLP that is new to the elementary setting, I feel like I don't have many materials to target pragmatic language/social skills. I also push into rooms for children with intellectual disabilities, so simple games, interactive books,or language activities that can engage these children are something that I'm always on the lookout for!

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    1. Book units are my favorite! Interactive books are wonderful too.

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  2. My go to activity is "Go For the Dough"

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  3. Puzzles are my go to activity with pre schoolers. I need simple speech material with early developing sounds and patterns

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  4. Don't Break the Ice and Cariboo seem to be favorites lately. --Cassandra

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    1. I just got a Cariboo! It is coming to me from across the country! I couldn't find one here.

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  5. I am always looking for high school activities!

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    1. Me too Carly! I have a high school for the first time this year.

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  6. Middle School & High School aged materials! Love Book Companions for the younger ones and my TpT materials for ALL!

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  7. My go to these days are activities that don't require significant preparation. I am always searching for high interest middle school activities. Book companions are a favorite, also.

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    1. I love print and go activities that don't require a lot of cutting out or laminating too!

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