Make Your Masterpiece #tptsellerchallenge

I'm fashionably late to the #tptsellerchallenge task 3, but I've decided to post nonetheless.  By no means do I think I have created my masterpiece for Teachers Pay Teachers.  I'm not really sure I would know my masterpiece until long after its creation.  What I've learned through product creation thus far is that the idea starts and the product evolves as it is created.  The product outcome is only successful once it stands the test of therapy and repeated therapy.  For me, I like variety and my obsessions change {often}.

I'm loosely referring to these two products as masterpiece products for very different reasons.  First, my Back to Speech product was my first ever paid TPT packet.  It combined the items I regularly used and created for the start of speech each year.  I have updated this product for the 2015-2016 school year with only some minor changes, as the contents continued to support my needs.  I hope you might take a peek and see if this may be a time saver when back to speech arrives in your area.

Additionally, during our staff development meetings last year, we decided that a school-wide theme was necessary for continuing to promote learning.  With the Hollywood theme and the challenge of decorating my speech room as well as continuing my quest to keep the PBIS and goal setting components within my speech room, I created Hollywood Themed Speech Room Decor.  I hope this proves to be a masterpiece in student motivation!

Below is a collage style preview of the contents. Plenty of printables to decorate your speech area as well as contents to use with students to develop goals and encourage self-monitoring!

I even tweaked it for my reading specialist friends and just sent it their way!  I am so excited to begin decorating...but not too soon, summer is still upon me and I am grateful!

My TPT store is having a 20% off sale 7/13-7/14 in honor of Christmas in July.

Follow me on Instagram @sparklleslp and keep tabs on my Facebook page Sparklle SLP {still a work in progress} for some product giveaways very soon!


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    1. Thank you so much! I enjoyed creating!

  2. Looks amazing! Love everything you do! So fresh and applicable!

    1. Thanks Annie! Motivated kids and happy SLP!


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