Sunday, April 7, 2013

Freebie Speech and Language Giggles of Fun Packet for New Followers!





Hello!  Shanda and I have developed a fun new document that is full of laughs!!  You will find a variety of speech, articulation, language, and literacy worksheets in this super cute clown themed document!  Guess what?  You can have it for FREE.  Yes, FREE and that's not us clowning around either! This is all we ask for in return...
 1) That you become an email follower of our blog or register at our site by registering via the easy subscribe buttons on the right side of this blog.
2) That you leave a comment after this message to let us know your email address and one thing that you would like to see us offer here on the Twin Sisters Speech & Language Therapy blog site, and one thing that you already like about it. 

It's as simple as that!  Just become a TSSALT follower, and also leave a comment about what you would like to see us offer and what you see that you already like.  If you do that, then our fantastically fun new Pre-k document will arrive in your email mailbox!  Poof!!  Just like that!!

Thanks so much!!  We look forward to hearing from all of you.  We really hope to obtain some fun and useful new ideas on how to improve our blog site and documents by doing this!  We are always striving to help out our fellow speech language pathologists and other teacher and caregiver followers in the best ways possible!
Sincerely,
Manda & Shanda, SLP's

Note: Please don't forget to leave your email address so that we can have a means to send you the freebie.  If you don't want to leave your address on the comment line then contact us at shandagaunt@gmail.com
Thanks much!!

72 comments:

Teresa Besson said...

I am so glad I found your blog. Your materials are so cute and so relevant to the things I address in speech therapy. More language development activities would be great, especially things that address inferences, following directions, and sentence building. And, thanks in advance for the preschool freebie.

Angie Hanson said...

Completely enjoy your blog. Your graphics are some of the best I have seen/used. I would love to see more story related activities based on books that you like to use with students. It is really hard to find good books that target comprehension, vocabulary, articulation, inferencing, association, themes, etc and I love to see and hear what others are using. thanks for always being so creative and knowledgeable in all areas of speech/language.

Anonymous said...

I really appreciate your blog and all the activities you provide. Love the activities geared toward Pre-K and would appreciate any more-including categorizing, associations, and WH questions! Thanks for all you do!

Anonymous said...

I just found your blog and love it. I teach an MDS class with a range of communication and social skills, and I'm always looking for new ways to work on those things. You have some great activities that would work perfectly for my whole group homeroom lessons! I would love to see some activities that tie to a story book and could work into a seasonal theme. Thank you so much for all of your great ideas!

BETH said...

Love your blog and your materials - everything is so extensive! I would love to see activities that are companion packs to books for the younger set that would target a variety of things such as comprehension, sequencing, vocabulary, comprehension main idea and details, wh- questions, inferencing, categories, associations etc. I can only imagine the activities that you could come up with to tie in with a story. Also maybe some activities that could be used for our AAC users. Thanks for your great materials!

Jamie Portra said...

I just discovered your blog via Pinterest. I love it. I would love to see more open-ended games.

Carly said...

THank you! :D cpnass@gmail.com

Bobbi Brink said...

I really enjoy your blog, especially the materials for Pre-K and younger students. I would also like to see materials that are book related and could be used for either artic or language needs. I have told the SLPAs that I supervise about your blog, also, and have seen them using some of your materials. :)
bobbi.brink@k12.sd.us

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the materials and information. stephwheeler@verizon.net

I would like to see simple activities to use with preschoolers and simple books.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the freebie! Following directions activities would be wonderful!

jennifer.williams@clarityupstate.org

Melissa and Karl said...

I just started following you from Pinterest and love all I have seen so far. I would like to continue to see app reviews and material to address phonological processing, following directions with temporal concepts.
kmsherrill@ triad.rr.com

Anonymous said...

You provide such great idea for activities! Thank you!! I would love to see activities for phonological process and activities with books.

jes05640@gmail.com

TypeAmom said...

great for pre-k!!

easytocheck @ gmail. com

Theresa said...

Terridahmer@gmail.com Great site

Anonymous said...

aad317@yahoo.com
Great blog, would love activities for preschool fluency

Lynn Wood said...

I am an Auditory Verbal Therapist and help children who are D/HH learn to Listen and Talk. Another AVT, has a great presentation you may want to view at the link below. "Auditory Verbal Therapy and Aspects of Humor".

I'be been targeting humor, telling jokes. listening to riddles ... since April Fools Day with a few of my families in therapy.
http://www.slideserve.com/miracle/auditory-verbal-aspects-of-humor-what-s-so-funny

Looking forward to your Giggles Packet! Many thanks!
Lynn HearSayLW@gmail.com

Twin Sisters Speech and Language Therapy said...

I sent out the doc just now to all of our new followers! Thank you again for becoming new followers and for leaving a comment. If you didn't receive it, and you did comment and become a follower, please email me right away. Sincerely, Shanda at: shandagaunt@gmail.com



Also, I received a return email on two addresses- so please email me back a clarification on these two addresses:
healther.kirtley@........
harber1@rain........
Thank you again for your support and awesome suggestions!!

Tiffany Waldrop said...

Thank you!! I love your blog!!! I would love to see even more pre-k packets. Cant wait to get my giggles packet. Thank you!!

cara said...

I'd like to see some resources for fronting & stopping and also multisyllabic words with consonant clusters. Thanks! caragarcia@dallasisd.org

SarahSLP said...

Your materials are SO neat! i would love to have this!

sreaves1975@msn.com

Found your blog from Pinterest

Dy D. said...

I've gotten several ideas from your blog before! Always to cute and creative. I would enjoy ideas for preschook-K fluency students. Thanks so much.

Twin Sisters Speech and Language Therapy said...

Dr D
Thanks for the comments! Please leave your email address or email me at shandagaunt@gmail.com so I can send you the giggles packet:)

Also, if anyone else didn't receive it and you did leave a comment and became a new follower kindly do the same too!

Robyn said...

This site has a lot of fun activities for me to do with my kids at home. I love that I can support his school and outside speech therapy with fun games that everyone can play.

Bekah Taylor said...

Loving your blog and all the ideas. Thanks in advance for the preschool freebie - it will be a lot of help!

TayloredSLT@gmail.com

Jen K said...

I'm just found your blog after visiting Jenn at Crazy Speech World. I'd love to see language materials that could be integrated within a elementary classroom setting.

jkiekhoefer1@gmail.com

Bethany said...

Love your site! I am very interested in your thematic units, it's something I'm hoping to implement more fully next school year. I would love to see pre-k special needs materials!

bethanying@aol.com

Tamar Frances said...

Great blog with a wealth of resources!! I love your preschool activities that I've seen so far. I always need ideas to help expand expressive language skills and work on phonological processes.

Linda F said...

I'm always looking for new ways to do things I have been doing for a long time.

I'm particularly after some ideas for sentence level articulation therapy. I have a few kids that need a variety of s cluster sentences and I am running out of ideas ATM.

Melissa said...

I love your site! Thanks for sharing your activities!

mthompson0425@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Great site with tons of cute stuff! Would love to see more to address phonological processes! thanks!
clshillcutt@yahoo.com

Renee said...

Just found your blog and love it. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and creativity!! I would love to see info about doing language samples.

Shannon said...

Oh this blog is awesome!! I love it!!!!!

Shannon said...

I would like to see pre-k stuff dealing with language and articulation! You guys are doing great!!

Anonymous said...

I found your materials when I was searching for resources for remediation of final consonant deletion and am so happy I did. I ordered the FCD packet and already ordered a print copy of it. I can't wait to get it. I'm still exploring your products but love all the cute stuff! I always need more creative activites for articulation practice. Thanks! lrbaez@yahoo.com

Tina Blakeman said...

SO glad I found your site and subscribe to it on Facebook. I am going back to school this fall to be a speech/language pathology assistant. I am super excited about my new adventure. I have been working in special education for 16 yrs and have often worked with the speech therapist. I really enjoy learning new things and what a great way to get more ideas to help those young ones succeed. Thank you

Tina Blakeman said...

forgot to leave my email address:
tina.blakeman@k12.sd.us

Joanna said...

I love your blog! Your graphics and activities are so cute! Can't wait to use your materials with my students!

email: Joanna_Mutchler@yahoo.com

Unknown said...

I just found your blog ad am looking forward to finding new ideas and activities for my students! Would love inferencing activities and book activities!

Unknown said...

Oops! My email: jkgries@yahoo.com

melanie said...

Loving your blog! just found in today! I am a speech and language therapist working in Singapore
melanie@treetop.com.sg

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed your blog! I like the appearance of your materials and would be interested in some materials to use with AAC devices.

Thanks,
Lauren

llettieri12@gmail.com

Tatiana said...

I really enjoyed your cvc and cvcv materials. I would like to see more ideas for early intervention themes.

Anonymous said...

Im so happy I found your website!
aboandl@ciu20.org

Jennifer said...

I found your blog off a Pinterest post and just started following along. I can't wait to see what other materials you come up with. I'm always looking for new/fun activities for my severely impacted autism students!

Danielle Calabria said...

I am new to the blogging world! I previously worked in a sub acute facility as an SLP and switch to a school based position last September. This summer I have been collecting materials and resources to help me with this upcoming year. Your blog and materials are very much appreciated! They are helpful and creative. I am trying to develop thematic lessons so any information or materials would be a huge help. I thank you very much and hope to learn more by following your blog! My email address is calabriad3@gmail.com

Robyn Lingras said...

Just found your blog and am looking forward to investigating your suggestions.
I have been looking for handouts in Spanish for parents of children with disfluent speech--for home practice.
Thanks in advance for the preschool freebie.

Anonymous said...

I love how effective and suucint your summaries of things are! gumgirlsdne@hotmail.com

Lisa Varo said...

I have been following you on teachers pay teachers. Love your materials and they are so practical to what we do every day! I'm following your blog now. Thanks!
varol@fortleboeuf.net

Sharon said...

Found your blog on Pinterest - now I can follow you 2 ways! I'd love to see activities for articulation, expanding sentences and social skills.
Thanks for the freebies!

Anonymous said...

Hey I am a speech and language student and I love your blog, full of great ideas. Thanks, elaine.higgins.100@hotmail.com

SLP said...

I am so excited I found this! Very cute activities!

Twin Sisters Speech and Language Therapy said...

* Please remember to leave an email address and/or email me it at shandagaunt@gmail.com:)

melanie said...

Thanks
Melanie.yates84@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I love that you incorporate language skills into your articulation. I also like to work this way. I have a lot of phonological awareness cases, so I'm always on the lookout for new materials to use in that area. Thanks. Shannon slaschmann@hotmail.com

Chelsea Rouse said...

I love your website! I am trying to find more games including printable board games. My daughter gets so mad and refuses to do her speech homework with me unless its in the form of a game. Right now we are trying to get initial s and sh, f, k and ch. Mainly working on s. Thank you!

char s said...

am still kind of new to all this I found your blog and fell in love. i have two granchildren in my house who have speech troubles and your blog answered my prayers for help i love the visual material you have it is amazing and look forward to see the freebie. i would like to find more blend work using L and R and S in particular

Marcie Waller said...

I love your blog. I am always looking for fun things to do in therapy so I have visited your site many times.

My email address is wallermar@fssd.org

Thanks for your great blog full of ideas and materials!

Melinda Smith said...

What a find! I am a deaf/hard of hearing itinerant teacher and materials are so hard to find. I especially love the irregular past snowmen! Thanks! Melinda

Bridie Mumme said...

What a great site, very colourful and exciting. Love to have your freebies bridie.mumme@education.wa.edu.au

Sarah Savage said...

Have been following you for awhile, but have just switched to pediatrics so your pre-k packet is perfect! my email is sarah.rachelle4@gmail.com. I love the colorful, yet minimal distractions of your worksheets. I would like to see more interactive activities for those with low joint attention. Thank you!!!

Anonymous said...

Your blog is great! I have just started out and I am always surfing the web to find materials and helpful pointers. Thank you for the info!

aamn17@hotmail.com

anonymous said...

I love your website! So many helpful ideas! I would like to see more phonological activities. Thanks

jessica w said...

My son's speech therapist has asked that we spend time practicing final sounds in words. My son loves to color so I would love to see final consonant sounds with pictures that can be colored. Thanks
jessiewright1013 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

haytay21@gmail.com
I recently purchased your comprehensive preschool packet. I originally wanted the AAC choice board portion, but am now loving the Early Speech Sounds packet. I am also excited about your new packet on increasing intelligibility. I agree with more phonological activities- maybe one focusing on minimal pairs and/or cycles?
Thanks!!

sunshine04 said...

New follower here! I completely fell in love with your blog. I would like to see more language development activities. Maybe some activities with pragmatic skills, context meaning and inferences.11 Please send me the freebies at my email: areliflores04@yahoo.com

Thank you!!!!

Clarissa McCormick said...

Your blog is wonderful!! You ladies definatley care about your kiddos and want to make Speech and Language fun. Love your graphics and all the hard work you put in to making these activities for others to enjoy! Bless you both!!
Any ideas or activities for Apraxia are always appreciated.
clarissa.mccormick@usd495.net

Carol said...

Thanks for all of your information and ideas! I'm looking forward to many more from you!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing. Its always nice to get new creative ideas. Activities for oral motor and literacy are always helpful!

Amanda Swart said...

Hi!
I'm a speech-language therapist in South Africa and I find loads of inspriation on your blog. Please send me this freebie to amandapos66@gmail.com.

Thanks!

Cheryl Danner said...

Love this blog!! Would love more language activities.
Cheryl.danner@hallco.org

Cheryl Danner said...

Love the blog!!
Cheryl.danner@hallco.org

Anonymous said...

Just discovered this blog and love the information you provide! Would love assessment materials for kids of various ages, or communication checklists to use in screening. My email is mdevries@samhealth.org

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