Speech Therapy: How Did You Use Your Subway Art?

This past week was a whirlwind, and although I've been out of school for less than a week, it seems like forever. Because I've been gone, I don't have any lesson plans to share this week. Instead, I'm showing you how I used my subway art.

By the way, I don't know why it's called subway art. I guess it's really word art. Eighteen25 calls it subway art, and so I shamelessly copied their term because I love eighteen25. If you know the definition of the term, please enlighten me. I live in Central Texas, not exactly the bastion of subways, but I have received a few comments along the lines of: "Why is it called subway art? I've never seen that on subways!" 

I printed the warm colors on cardstock and placed in a spray-painted IKEA frame. Then, I put it on an empty space on my desk. I like it here because it's a happy thing to look at when I'm making phone calls. Here's a blurry picture of the desk. I will never master iPhone and iPad cameras.

There are also primary and black-and-white versions just for SLPs at All Y'all Need

I was so surprised and flattered one day to find that Nicole Allison from Speech Peeps used her print-outs on a bulletin board. Take a look at her gorgeous room!

Have you used the subway art? How? Share pictures or comments!



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7 comments

  1. Is the subway art y available on your TPT site? It's down tonight, but I'm going to look in the morning. I love your blog and themed units. I think I'll buy the old lady who swallowed a pie unit tomorrow. :)
    Im a SLP in Kentucky and Have loved reading speeh blogs!!

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  2. Thanks, Lindsey! The subway art is at our store, All Y'all Need. We have 3 pages of products. All of the SLP art is free, and you can click on the "free" button to find them!

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  3. I LOVE subway art, especially speech-y related ones! These now cutely sit on my desk at home in their own frames-they're not overpowering, but they're good representations of what I love! Thanks for sharing! :)
    Let's Talk Speech Therapy
    Rachel

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    1. Rachel, so glad they worked out for you!

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  4. I have used some of your subway art on my bulletin board as well. Some of the other SLP's in my district have complimented me on it !! Thanks to you!

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  5. I have used it on my bulletin board. It is a good conversation starter for my older kids to show them ALL the things we work on in "speech". I have also received compliments from other SLP's. Thanks to you!

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  6. You're welcome - glad you could use it!

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