Ghost Talk Blog Hop

I might have mentioned it before. The friendships I have discovered since I started blogging and creating for TPT have been unexpectedly invaluable. Today, I'm sharing even more friendships while joining in on the Ghost Talk Blog Hop.

A group of SLP bloggers and TPT sellers collaborated by creating an original book and companion activities especially themed for Halloween! Just hop along to collect these fun and effective FREEBIES. Quick or no prep therapy planning will be complete!

I'll introduce you to my SLP friends and a snapshot of their freebies below. Then I'll tell you where to start if you happened to find me first!

While attending my state school-based speech language therapy conference last October, I had the privilege of meeting the adorable Pedi Speechie. She created a super cute original story. You will love The Ghost That Wasn't Spooky!

While floating in the lazy river at the Beach Club during the TPT conference this summer at Disney World, I talked life and all things speechie with SLP Talk with Desiree and Speech Wonderland! Desiree created a social skills companion and Speech Wonderland crafted up some positional concepts to accompany the story.

While my time with the Speech Attic was limited at the TPT conference as we both had family along for the work trip, first impressions were positively strong and you will love the freebie she created that targets sequencing. Actually, you will love anything she creates!

The Speech Owl was a blogger I followed early on and we were lucky to meet over lunch at the TPT conference. I just have a feeling our paths will cross again! You will love her describing vocabulary and comparing/contrasting companion activities.

While I haven't yet met (for real in person) Speechasaurus, I did buy some fun leggings from her virtual party, so we are real friends for sure! I'm so glad she made grammar companion activities.

Finally, for your articulation and phonology kiddos, I have created a freebie which includes a word list for /s, l, r/ sounds, an open-ended freebie worksheet, phonology flips booklets for targeting cluster reduction and fronting, and an open-ended game board to use with any sounds. Click here to download this FREEBIE!

So, in case you found me first, click the image below to start the hop! Have a spook-tacular Halloween! Thanks for hopping by!

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