I have a rare blood type that only 3% of the population has.  I'm AB+.  The Red Cross calls me often to donate my "rare blood."  I put it on my to do list and schedule a time.  Sometimes I can end up making it to the appointment and actually donating.  I've had other times where I show up and there has been over an hour wait even with an appointment.  I've had to leave and not donate because my life is in a crazy balancing act right now and I had to leave to get to the next items on my list.  Then I feel guilty. My typical to do list in the afternoon includes hockey, soccer, or baseball practice, hockey, soccer, or baseball games, school activities for my boys, orthodontist or doctor appointments for my boys, homework, making dinner that has some sort of nutritional value, and then maybe picking up a bit before going to bed and starting all over.  Sometimes the dinner might not be that nutritional or my little people are late to an appointment, practice, or...
I am joining up with the other Frenzied SLPs to bring you summer speech therapy carryover activities.  Today, I am sharing my updated 2018 Summer Speech and Language Calendars with you! Every year I update my Summer Speech and Language Calendars .  These are so easy to prep and send home with students for the summer for a little extra practice.  Parents appreciate the ease of use.  Simply put it on the refrigerator and practice an activity every day.  Each activity takes less that 5 minutes, but allows for the student to think about their sound every day. There are two sets of calendars included in this packet... Articulation These calendars come in black and white and color versions.  There is an activity on each day, and a small icon for students to color in after they have completed an activity. Language As with the articulation calendars, there is a different activity for each day.  Students color in an icon after they have finished the ac...