Friday, March 20, 2015

11 Spring Speech Therapy Freebies You Won't Want to Miss!

Need some fresh spring freebies for your speech therapy room? Join us for the TpT Hop and Hunt!



TpT Hop and Hunt



Hello friends! I am excited to see my plum trees blooming, the thermometer rising and the bluebirds building new nests. Spring is in the air here, and I hope it finds you soon too!


To celebrate spring,  I am getting together with some very awesome SLP friends on TeacherspayTeachers to bring you a some freebie fun. 


From March 20th through March 27th, a group of 11 SLP's will be each offering a great spring freebie for you to grab. Organized by the creative minds of Activity Taylor and LyndaSLP123, it will be easy to hop through, because you will be able to click the banner in each store to go to the next stop. But that's not all!

Hidden inside each freebie is a secret code. 

After downloading your freebies, and finding your secret codes, you will want to head over to Activity Tailor and enter the Rafflecopter for some great prizes!

For the full scoop, head over to Activity Tailor HERE.

This spring, I have created some adorable froggy-themed resources and a cute new freebie for you to grab during the hop!


Frogs and Flies Freebie


Have fun with your littles teaching the language of quantity concepts so important for learning math skills. Five dough mats featuring hungry green frogs are ready for your students to roll some "flies". Put them above the lily pads, and decide which frog has "more", which has "less". Then count and figure how many there are "altogether." There is also a student mini book for home practice.


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Frogs and Flies Quantity Concepts Freebie



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I confess, I kinda love frogs! When I was a little girl growing up in the Catskills, we had a tiny brook in front of our house. Every warm summer day, I waded barefoot in that brook and looked for my favorite little brown frog. I named him "Speedy" because he was much faster than the green ones. So Speedy, being more of a challenge, had to put up with me catching him every single day. We looked at each other eyeball to eyeball for a few minutes, and then I returned him to the cold water where he dove quickly under one of the smooth slippery rocks. Every day. Poor frog!

In honor of my summertime playmates, I created Five Green and Speckled Frogs Interactive Flipbook and Reader


This cute flipbook re-tells one of my favorite nursery rhymes. The children pull the frogs off their log as they dive into the pool. Ribbit! Follow up the story with the interactive student reader/minibook, or send it home for home practice.


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Want more speech and language in the pond? 

There are more pond friends to love in this companion pack. Turtles, ducks, dragonflies, fish and swans join the adorable frogs in 20 more language and articulation activities. Be sure you save the tadpoles in the open-ended Leaping Lily Pad game.


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Ready to get hopping? 

You can start at my store, Speech Sprouts HERE, or any other store on the list in my freebie description. Click the link at the top at the top of the page in my store for my featured freebie.

Don't forget to find all 11 secret codes in your freebies, and enter them in the Rafflecopter drawing at Activity Tailor.


I have donated some Rootin Tootin Fun for you to win: Basic Concept Cowboys: Quantity, Position and Sequence.



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Cowboy Concepts



As always, we absolutely love getting your feedback after you download. It helps so much when we are ready to start creating our next resource for you, to know what you found useful, and what you would love to see in future creations!

I hope you have tons of fun, and don't forget to share this hop with your friends on Facebook so they can join in the fun too!

Happy, Happy Spring to you. I hope you enjoy the hop!

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