Speech Therapy Share on Saturdays!

We all like to start the New Year with a resolution don't we? Here is mine. In 2013 I want to provide an opportunity to showcase some of the best new Speech Therapy Ideas.

The past year was a great one for Speech Language Pathologist's online. More and more of you started blogs, joined the Facebook community of SLPs or started selling your own Speech Therapy Materials. The community is buzzing with new ideas and it can be hard to be noticed among the crowd. So here is your chance to share and shine.

This is how it will work.

  • Every Saturday I will make a "Speech Therapy Share on Saturday" post here on the site. You will be able to find the link by following along on Facebook (so if you are not a fan yet click the icon at the top left corner of this page.)

  • Each week, you will be able to link up to a post on your blog. You can choose whether you want to highlight a new product, idea or therapy technique.

    Please don't link directly to products on Teacher Pay Teachers or other similar sites. If you do not have a blog or website and want to submit your product for consideration to be featured on the site, please contact me directly with your submission.

  • I will then choose my favorite links to feature the following week in a "Highlights of the Week" post.

  • I look forward to seeing all your ideas and inspiration. Speechies are an innovative bunch aren't we?! You will find the linky here directly underneath this post.

    To get us started, I have chosen highlights from some of my favorite SLP blogs who have made posts this week.

    Speech Snacks are cooking up a delicious looking Snowman Soup this week. You can see some of the ingredients in the picture below but for the full recipe, head over to their site and read more here.

    Carrie's Speech Corner created this great cheat sheet on SLP terms for us all to use as a hand out for parents. You can grab it here.

    Katie at Playing with Words 365 gives us plenty to think about in her post about technology and it's effect on developing language skills. Read her article here.

    So that's all for this week folks.

    Don't forget to submit your own post below.

    You will feature on the linky for others to view your site and ideas and I will be choosing my three favorites to be the highlighted blogs next week!

    Link Your Blog Post Up Here

    *By linking up, you are granting me permission to repost photographs from your blog if you are chosen to be featured.

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