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That's Absurd! - FREEBIE ALERT


Hello Speechies!

Do you ever work on absurdities? My caseload this year is primarily students with ASD and related disorders and we are constantly working on describing pictures. One thing my students struggle with is stating "What is wrong?" in a picture. I found some REALLY cute clip art from Krista Walden Creative Clips on Teachers Pay Teachers and made a quick FREEBIE to use this week with my students. I wanted to share it with you in case you are working on the same skill! 
With this download, you will receive 18 colorful task cards with picture scenes and sentences embedded with an absurdity. Ask your students open ended questions instead of yes/no questions to avoid a getting a simple response. I typically ask a what or why question first. Then, once the student responds with an answer, I probe for more questions. Additional questions to ask:
Why is this silly?
What would you typically see at/in the _____?
Where would you find a _____?
These questions further your students comprehension of the picture and the scenario. All the while, you can target syntax, morphology, pragmatics, and semantics. 
I hope you enjoy this FREEBIE!
CLICK HERE to download.
Lacee Johnson
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Cyber Monday Sale!!! - Linky Party


Hey friends!! 
TpT is having an AMAZING sale this Monday and Tuesday, November 28th and 29th! Save up to 28% by entering in the promo code: CYBER2016 at checkout. 

Here are a few items in my cart you should check out...

Social Stories from Speech Me Maybe


Winter Speech and Language MEGA Bundle from Short and Sweet Speech


No Print Investigating Tier 2 Vocabulary from The Speech Owl


On the Ranch Articulation Practice from Talkin' With Twang

Happy shopping, friends!

Check out the linky party on Short and Sweet Speech's blog HERE!

Lacee Johnson
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TpT Cyber Sale and a FREEBIE!!!


Hello friends!

I hope everyone had an enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday. As we head into December, things at school can get crazy with the holidays so I wanted to share a fun FREEBIE to put a smile on your face. I've created these fun holiday gift tags that hopefully will get a laugh or two out of your family and friends. CLICK HERE to get these tags for free.



I printed mine on red, green, and white card stock and hole punched them at the top. Tie with ribbon or string onto the present for a unique tag!

Also, Teachers Pay Teachers is having an amazing Cyber Sale on November 28th and 29th. My entire store will be 20% off but...you can save up to 28% when you use the promo code: CYBER2016

Don't forget to type in that promo code at checkout...it is no fun when you forget (not that I've forgotten before... ;)

Happy Holidays!!!
Lacee Johnson
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5 Reasons Smarty Symbols is a Must Have for School SLPs


As school based SLPs, we know that our students highly benefit from visual aids. That increases ten fold if you work with individuals with autism spectrum disorder or English language learners. Subscriptions to well-known image libraries can be pricey and unreachable. Also, if you enjoy making products on Teachers Pay Teachers, you are prohibited by copyright of selling these items. That is why I LOVE Smarty Symbols.

1) Smarty Symbols is a wonderful tool that I use every single day. I can’t say that for most of my therapy tools. You have access to over 20000 images and more are being added daily. These images are clear, detailed, and print off wonderfully.
2) In addition to their vast library of images, I must add that their website is beyond easy to navigate. Just search the word and a variety of images appear. You won't ever spend too much time searching for just the right image.
3) You can search and create your own pages off of their templates that are already created. Need a 1st grade MLU activity? Search it easily by clicking on 1st grade, speech therapy. It is so simple and quick…completely necessary with our busy schedules.
4) With the personal subscription, it is perfect for developing low tech AAC for students that need to start with PECS or a core board. I can't tell you how many times I have made a PECS book, a core board, or visuals for paraprofessionals to put on a lanyard.
5) With the commercial license, you can create your own therapy materials and then turn around and sell them on TpT! A no-brainer if you’re already creating or making your own materials.

Check out these products that I have made with Smarty Symbols images…and these are just a few!

Interactive Adapted Social Story Books

FREE Speech Schedule

File Folder Games

Who, What, When, Where Interactive Books

I love Smarty Symbols so much that I want to give away a FREE subscription! Comment below on how you would use a subscription and describe the caseload that you serve. I would love to hear from you! Don't forget to leave your email address so I can contact you if you are the winner. Winner will be chosen next Wednesday, November 16th at 3pm, Central Time. Good luck!

P.S. If you want to be notified of more giveaways and exclusive FREEBIES, subscribe to my blog!
Lacee Johnson
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