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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Bloggy Birthday! Huge Giveaway!!




Big things are happening in SLPrunner world!  One year ago I wrote my very first blog post and began my adventure to learning a million and one new things about technology and creating products.  

A friend encouraged me to get started on blogging and I'm so glad I did.  Since then, I've logged over 7,000 hours creating and sharing my products and ideas on my Teachers Pay Teachers store, Teachers Notebook shop, Facebook page, Instagram and Twitter accounts, and other venues of social media.    

To celebrate both my TPT and TNB stores are on sale and I have a lot of great prizes up for giveaway!

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First up, you can win two of my most popular bundles!  Valued at over :  $32 These bundles include activities from grades K-12 with a little bit of everything!

Spring Speech and Language Bundle: Seven spring-themed products with multi-level teaching options and data charting.  This bundle will get you through the end of the school year with ease.  

Social Pragmatic Speech and Language Bundle! : This upper grade bundle targets higher level emotion vocabulary, internet safety/problem solving, perspective taking, and provides an easy way to chart progress via student-directed social pragmatic rubrics. 

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The next prizes come from some of my favorite SLP peeps!  I feel fortunate to have developed friendships with this group of kind, smart, fun, and talented professionals.   


1.  What's Your Number? Auditory Memory Practice: Straight Up Speech has made an activity for our many kids who have trouble with forward and reverse number memory.  It's so hard to find activities for these areas and this one is both fun and focused.    

2.  Singular Vs. Plural, Yes/No, Negation: My lower level learners had a blast with these adorable activity cards.  Lots of goals can be addressed in this spring-themed product from Just Wright Speech.  

3.  What in the World is a Subordinate Clause? Kathy Grover has made this product to include worksheets, cue cards, illustrated cards, and a game board.  Your students are sure to understand subordinate clauses after working with this activity.   

4.  Sequence Comprehension-Earth Day Theme: Earth Day is right around the corner and Rae's Speech Spot has created this adorable download which targets comprehension of short paragraphs and the concepts of: first, second, last, before, and after.  

5.  Social Skills Packet Targeting Table Manners: You should see the feedback from this jam-packed product made by Twin Sisters Speech and Language.  I know many of my students need help with table manners. 
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1.  Reading & Responding Interpreting Language with text messaging:  I'm excited to use this product for my observation next month.  Students really get into the text messaging social situations in this rare find by Putting Words in Your Mouth.  It targets an array of language and reading goals!

2. Superhero Spatial Strategies: Spatial terms can be conquered in this activity loaded product by All Y' All Need.  Check out the 42 4-star ratings for this superhero download. 

3.  Secret Code Inferences: These QR code activities are so cool!  Students love using technology to find the answers to their inferencing questions.  Thanks Jenn from Speech Universe for this two leveled activity.  

4.  Spring Complex Sentence Builder-You've struck gold with GoldCountrySLP's spring themed syntax product with over 50 cards.  You're sure to see measurable progress with this activity which targets many learning levels.

5.  Big Breath Articulation Drills /r/: The fun loving LyndaSLP123 has developed a humorous and functional way to practice speech sounds and help generalize them with Big Breath Artic.  

6.  Super Strategies for Word Retrieval- My buddy Jess from Figuratively Speeching has donated this 36 page products which contains posters, games, puzzles, and 5 word sets to work on word retrieval.  
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Thank you to everyone who has followed me, liked my pages, provided feedback, and used any activity of mine to work with students.  I'm very grateful and humbled!


Now go have some virtual cake and ice cream. It's calorie free after all! 


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