Speech Therapy Giveaway!!

By November 10, 201324 Comments

Hey Everyone! I wanted to do a giveaway because I love you all! It really is fun for me to give! I am always on the look out for new speech therapy materials that will help my students and clients so I thought it would be fun to give one of you a little extra spending money for all of you SLPs who need something new and fresh to use with your students or clients! And who doesn’t LOVE SuperDuper, Inc. and all they provide for SLPs?

So….I’m giving away a $40 e-gift card to SuperDuper!!  I will email it to the winner! So cool!Screen Shot 2013-11-10 at 4.35.45 PM
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To enter, just leave a comment below and tell me what speech material you just can’t live without! (i.e. I love my Articulation cards…etc.)
Winner will be chosen at random from the comments and announced Wednesday evening, November 13th!!
Good luck!


  • Sue Blankenship says:

    I can’t live without my 40,000 Words book, my Buddy Bear books, and any Go Fish card game (with the Super Duper card holders of course).

  • Maria Bratsch says:

    I love the Webber Jumbo Articulation Book and the “Speech Buddys” reinforcement game 🙂

  • Kim says:

    One of my go to items are my picture cards. They can be used or various targets. I use them to describe, compare/contrast, sentence formation or story starters.

  • Suzanne Jahn says:

    I love my NSS literacy skill cards
    I use them is so many ways and with many age levels….

  • Sharon Swindell says:

    Oh my goodness – it is difficult to select just one therapy item! However, if I had to pick one thing I could not live without, it would have to be my Boardmaker program. I am constantly creating visual schedules, materials and social stories. I would really be lost without it!

  • Kristy says:

    I love my artic bingo!

  • Lindsay Miller says:

    Hmmm well I definitely could not do without my iPad…but a specific therapy material I could not live without would be “The entire world of “R” artic cards. They are perfect for the middle and high school level students who are still stuck on the /r/! It really lets me see which production of the /r/ they are strong/weak at producing! Also, thanks for the great giveaway!

  • Carrie says:

    I have grown to love my Flip Books this year. I have many kids that need the repetitive sound work. Thanks for the giveaway!!

  • Susan D'Agostino says:

    I love my vocabulary chipper chat.

  • Connie says:

    I love my Super Duper fun decks!

  • Alison Hambuchen says:

    Love all the Webber Cards!!!

  • Crystal says:

    I love all of the super duper apps. I couldn’t live without the chipper chats and The Big Book of Phonology.

  • Valerie says:

    My Once upon a Sound book for Phonology, artic cards, and Books are for Talking too.

  • Brenda Arsenault says:

    My “magic wand” and chipper chat tokens.

  • Wendy Utterback says:

    I love my social picture cards!!!!! They have soooooo many uses!!!!!

  • Valarie says:

    My “Mr. Potato Head” so many possibilities for my pre-k caseload!

  • Melissa says:

    I love the Wh-question MagneTalk. So many of my kiddos are working on wh-quesitons so it’s a nice, fun way to teach these concepts with or without visual cues!

  • Julianne says:

    I love the Jumbo Articulation book and CD, Articulation Cards and the Flip Books. My student’s love to make silly sentences with the flip books My student’s also love the Phonological Awareness Theme Park Board Game.

  • Amy says:

    I couldn’t live without my Webber Jumbo Artic Book on CD. I am not lucky enough to have the artic cards yet, but I’m sure they’d be my favorite if I had them!

  • Stephanie says:

    articulation cards

  • Brandy Madujieya-epps says:

    I can’t live without my Fold and Say Artic stories and Vocabulary and Syntax Roundup workbooks.

  • Camille Smith says:

    Articulation Cards

  • JoAnne says:

    I like the Photo Fish for PK – K for articulation, rhyming and action verbs.

  • WendP says:

    While I use Boardmaker pictures and the S-D photo artic cards almost everyday, right now I’m in love with SuperDuper’s oral motor photo artic cards. I looked everywhere for clear, easy to understand photos of oral motor exercises and of people demonstrating various phonemes. I couldn’t even find more than about three sounds in Google Images (people being surprised and saying “OH!”, for instance).

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