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Dear Teacher, This is What I Would Like You to Know About Me

[Source:  Stirred Up] This is a must watch for all who teach students with disabilities.  Please  share far and wide! Watch and Share This Video HERE

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Easy Spring Origami Tulips

[Source  Deborah Kratz via the Pediatric Occupational Therapists Group on FaceBook] Easy spring tulip origami done with members from a mod-severe class. 3 major folds plus 3 optional folds. Origami or other lightweight paper works better than construction paper. Position … Continue reading

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Seasonal Pinterest Pin of the Week: Books About Bees!

Editor’s Note:  Bumblebees are in the news lately, as the Rusty Patched Bumble Bee, has just gone on the Endangered Species List.    Why not feature them in your Spring reading? [Source:  Cutting Tiny Bites] Buzzzz!   My girls were terrified … Continue reading

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Speech Freebie of the Week: Popping with Inferential Vocabulary

[Source  Speech Time Fun] How can you make your instruction more popping? By using this inferential vocabulary activity, of course! The popcorn in this activity have inferential sentence stems on them to get your students speaking with great vocabulary. Get … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: How to Teach Irregular Past Tense Verbs to Children

[Source:  Speech and Language Kids] In this video, speech-language pathologist Carrie Clark shows you how to teach a child to use irregular past tense verbs.  Use Before and After pictures.   Show the before and then the after and ask “what … Continue reading

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