Option 1: Printable Download Version First option: This option is best for printing out and filling in handwritten OR using a software like Adobe Acrobat DC and typing in responses. This first download option is not like a Google Form where you input your answers directly into the form through the Google website/form. It’s a […]Read More Google Forms Teacher Input Form for Speech FREEBIE! 2 Download Options
Hello Everyone! 👋 I know many of you are on Zoom for endless hours a day whether it’s working from home or managing your student’s classes online. For me, it’s become my most used tool for speech therapy (and maybe even my best friend!?). Zoom is a great platform and I’m fortunate to have access […]Read More Bridget’s Speech Kitchen Presents: Get Ready for Zoom!
Hello everyone! 👋 What’s better than homemade, fresh baked cookies? Having homemade, fresh baked cookies with conversation; of course! But what if you want to have a conversation with someone that can’t communicate in the traditional sense (verbal speech)? There are work arounds to this! They might use text, email, sign language, or gestures. Text […]Read More Bridget’s Speech Kitchen Presents: Cookies and Core Boards!
I’m sure many of you are familiar with Pinterest, but only use it for your personal interest: outfits, recipes, make up looks, etc. I do as well, but I’ve also found in a useful tool for finding and planning activities for speech therapy! In my field as a future SLP (speech language pathologist) many of […]Read More Using Pinterest for Work