Speech Therapy Share on Saturdays!

Welcome to Saturday Share – June is here at last and for many of you that means school is out and your summer has begun!

Many of the SLP bloggers who regularly contribute to this page are planning a little rest over the next few weeks and so I have decided to put a pause on the regular Saturday Share feature over the summer months.

I have some fun activities planned instead though so keep following along on Facebook for some summer surprises.

One of the first things to kick off will be a free summer class via email for all of you who are planning to start your own TPT store this summer. I get so many emails from folks wanting help and advice to get started that I have decided this would be a great way for me to “Share this Summer”. We have a great group together already and if you want to join us there is still time.

Just click here to sign up.

For those of you who still have a few days or weeks of school left then Speech Time Fun linked up a great post last week with ideas (and a product) for end of year student letters.

The other BIG thing I wanted to highlight this week is the collaborative effort that SLP bloggers are making to support our Speechie colleagues in Moore, Oklahoma. You can read more at this post from Amy here.

Basically we have joined together by donating products to create some great value bundles of SLP materials and the proceeds will be going to help replace what was lost by the SLPs in Moore. The bundles are available through June and you can pick up yours here.

So I will sign off on “Saturday Share” for the summer – no linky this week. Do keep in touch via Facebook so you don’t miss anything I have planned for you!

Don't forget, you can still read all the great posts from last week here.

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