Okay. I have officially been the worst blogger lately. Not a single post in all of December. I have so many excuses for it – we celebrated both of my kiddos birthdays during the holidays which made for lots of planning, preparing, and spending time with family and friends. We had a great time.
I have also been working hard on the production of a new speech product that is geared toward children with Apraxia. I AM SO EXCITED FOR IT!!! It is almost finished – so be sure to follow my blog so you won’t miss it.
Other than that – my new year’s resolution is to be more consistent with my posts. So here is to hoping…
I wanted to share something with you all and decided to showcase one of my favorite client Christmas presents I have made in the past. I have given this as presents for my private speech clients as well as for all the (100+) kids on my school case load.
Isn’t it cute? Anyway – I gave them all this note with a hand held mirror as a present. Fun and functional – right. I wanted them to feel inspired and motivated, and I wanted something that would help them practice their speech better at home. I figured a mirror was the way to go.
For my private speech clients I just headed to the dollar store and purchased enough mirrors for all of my clients. For my 100+ students I couldn’t afford $1 for each child – so I found some cheaper mirrors online that I could order in bulk. It worked out well and they all turned out really cute.
I know it is after Christmas – but if you wanted a late Christmas present for your students/clients – here is an idea for you. Or you could just save the idea and use it next year.
Here is a more generic version of the letter that you can just print out and use yourself.
I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.