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Honoring #NativeNovember – Our Thanksgiving JARS

I’m not quite sure how we are already halfway through November. It’s been a blur. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to be culturally responsive in my therapy and lesson planning. I would LOVE to teach my kids about the real story of Thanksgiving, but considering I had… Continue reading Honoring #NativeNovember – Our Thanksgiving JARS

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Feeling Unprepared to Treat CAS Clients? You’re Not Alone.

When I received an e-mail from my alma mater about a free workshop on the assessment and treatment of Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) - I was ecstatic. Not just because of the word free, but also because I had two particular students in mind who I was struggling with. Upon clicking the link, I… Continue reading Feeling Unprepared to Treat CAS Clients? You’re Not Alone.

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How to Make a Pig JAR

Our classroom teachers have started a new ELA unit in the curriculum: personal narratives. The literature options are PLENTIFUL. One teacher recommended "I Like Me" by Nancy Carlson where the main character is a pig who really likes herself and shares all the reasons why. We took the opportunity to create a "How to Make… Continue reading How to Make a Pig JAR