Tuesday, August 11, 2015

1000 LIKES GIVEAWAY FOR all of my #SCHOOLSLP and Teacher Friends


THANK YOU 
for sharing and liking all of my posts and pictures over the last year. I can't believe we have reached 1000 followers on FaceBook.


To show my appreciation, I would like to give away a $25 Gift Certificate to TpT where you can shop in my store or ANY other store you are able to find something you need to get this school year going. 



Simply complete the three activities listed on the raffle below. "Like" Ms Gardenia on FB, Follow Ms Gardenia on Instagram and comment on THIS blog post (3 POINT ENTRY) with an item or subject matter than you have had difficulty finding on TpT that you feel might make all the difference in the world in your therapy sessions or classroom. 

I look forward to your responses! 
The contest will end at Midnight, Saturday night so get busy Liking, Following, and Commenting below!

This contest is for SCHOOL SLPs and TEACHERS ONLY.



10 comments:

JillESLP said...

What a great giveaway! I was just thinking about the dearth of /r/ carryover activities and /r/ activities for girls... I have a new kiddo on my caseload who is working on /r/ in kindergarten (I believe earlier is better for this particular sound, and I worked with her older brother on the same sound). So I would love to see some girl-specific /r/ work :) Thanks so much!

Kee said...

Congratulations! I can't get enough of adapted materials for my students with autism. In general, I'm obsessed with trying out new things. I just don't have the time to prep everything :-(

BansheeMom said...

/r/, lisp materials geared toward the middle school kiddos. There is always such cute stuff for the elementary kiddos, but I'd love some 'older' stuff

Allison Giannace said...

I would agree with the "older" kiddo idea! Sometimes it's hard to find age appropriate materials that don't turn off the big kids because they look too easy or young.

Sarah Cepak said...

You're awesome!! Love your blog and all your precious goodies congrats on 1,000 followers! :)

Rosemary said...

I would like to see more editable items on TPT. Sometimes I want to change wording (typos!) or a picture that I don't think my students would know. Most items are PDFs that I can't change.

Rebecca Brewster said...

Wow! 1,000 followers, that is impressive! Congrats! :)
When searching on tpt, the thing I have the hardest time finding is good inferencing and predicting activities for my older 4th/5th grade students. Too many of the items on there are simple with pictures, I need something that relates the literacy aspect into these skills! Thanks!

Paula said...

Congrats on making it to 1,000. I would love materials for social language groups (perspective taking, problem solving)

TheSLTScrapbook said...

I have a huge caseload at the moment and a lot of them have phonology difficulties. So, any speech sounds products are great for me! Particularly for fronting/backing, final consonant deletion and stopping!
Congrats on 1000 followers! :)

Sara-You, Me and Anthropologie said...

I have lots of kids working on identifying similarities/differences and asking/answering questions during conversation. Congrats on 1000!