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Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
I work at two elementaries, and both of my principals and PTA's are super about including me.
Which is great, since SLPs don't have an appreciation day.
I appreciate being appreciated with treats, post-it pads, and red-carpet treatment!
Monday was May the 4th, or May the Fourth Be With You.
One of the licensed assistants I supervise is very creative.
I bet you knew you could use dry-erase markers on tables.
But did you know they also work on doors? I didn't.
This drawing got a LOT of attention, just in time for BHSM!
To get some good end-of-year data for the language students, she used Grammar Gumballs from Super Duper Inc. It was bright, fun, and a hit with the students!
And she talked about Cinco de Mayo vocabulary with Fiesta Fun from Ask Away: What a Wonderful World.
And this was the first full week of Better Hearing and Speech Month!
This month is set aside to raise awareness of communication disorders.
My schools have awareness.
So I took the opportunity to share some voice tips for teachers.
Educators are the #2 profession (after singers) to be at risk for voice problems.
Twin Speech Language and Literacy LLC has a great freebie.
So does Sublime Speech. Take a look!