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Thank you all for entering! I loved reading what you would laminate.  
Congratulations to the winner, Mary Powers “I would laminate artic practice sheets and bingo games. Love Laminated materials.”
Mary, please email me at with your mailing address! Thank you, again! Happy laminating!
It’s March! That means daylight savings time is near! I love longer days.  I love the springtime.  And…I love laminators! To kick off the month of March, I am giving away this awesome Scotch Thermal Laminator 2 Roller System (TL901) Do you love to laminate? Hello, my name is Heather, and I love laminating.  I needed one that I could easily and quickly use to laminate my speech therapy cards and games.  Since I have a private practice, I often do speech therapy prep at home and this was the answer to all life’s problems. Let me tell you, it’s so much easier to have one at your disposal right in your home!
To enter the laminator giveaway, just comment below and tell me what you would laminate if you won! Don’t worry, your answer won’t matter in my selection of the winner!
Winner will be chosen at random and announced on Tuesday night! Good luck!
Giveaway sponsored by Heather’s Speech Therapy


  • Connie says:

    I would laminate visual supports for my students… Our big laminator at school is always jammed or out of laminate. I have no idea how to use it… I usually use packing tape! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  • Crystal says:

    I would laminate picture symbols and materials from Teachers Pay Teachers. Thank you for this opportunity.

    • Cindy W says:

      Laminating materials is the only way to go! I even use disinfectant clothes on my materials to try and stop the spread of germs! What a wonderful gift for someone!

  • Stephanie K says:

    I would laminate TPT materials and some of the frequently used pen/paper tasks so they could be dry erase.

  • Shara Kuehl says:

    Perfect giveaway! I would laminate worksheets that I want to be reusable. Kids love using dry erase markers on them!

  • Shannon Giles says:

    I have so many Teachers Pay Teachers materials that I could laminate so they stay in good shape for a few year’s worth of use! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • maria says:

    The world! Everything 😉 do not have my own laminator and would love this one, that evertbody seem to like, but that I cannot buy in Denmark.

  • kat says:

    What wouldn’t I laminate? I have my pragmatic kids work together to create game boards on sounds for my younger artic kids. They have to work together, problem solve, and come up with themes/details.
    AND all my TPT purchaces!

  • Kelly Wilber says:

    I would LOVE a laminator to laminate social skills stories and articulation cards! Great idea–thank you

  • Lyne says:

    I would love a laminator to laminate my TPT materials!

  • mary Powers says:

    I would laminate artic practice sheets and bingo games.
    Love Laminated materials.

  • Brenda says:

    I would laminate PECS cards!

  • Carrie says:

    I would laminate my interactive storybooks that I have purchased on tpt! Personal laminators give a bit more durability to the product as you can easily vary your thickness of the laminating sheet. Thanks!

  • Val says:

    I would laminate the rest of my interactive vocabulary books i got from Jenna Rayburn!

  • Whitney Bennett says:

    I would laminate my articulation cards I made AND some folder games, articulation sheets to use over and over again!!! WE have to wait until our migrant liaison is here to laminate for us and she is only here a couple of days a week, if that!

  • Debbie says:

    I would laminate all the TPT products I have! It’s every Speech Pathologists dream.

  • Kari Unterbug says:

    I will laminate visual supports and practice sheets to alternate throughout the year.

  • Stephanie says:

    We have many materials that could use the protection of lamination, and a laminator would be a bunch easier to use than clear Contact paper!

  • Katie Copeland says:

    As a bilingual therapist who makes all of my materials AND contracts out of my home, a laminator would be a real game changer for me! I would love to be able to laminate visual schedules for my kids!

  • Erica says:

    Medical communication boards, memory books, and orientation photo cards for my geriatric and dementia patients.

  • Bety Quintanar says:

    As a first year teacher, trying to laminate all the things I have in order to bring all my visual aids, materials, literacy/math centers and art craft projects for future generations. It is something addicting and would love to have this in my home for personal use when I am working at home. 🙂

  • Cheryl Monesmith says:

    Everything that’s been sitting on my TPT purchases and downloads lists 🙂

  • Megan says:

    Hi my name’s Megan and I’m a lamiholic! There are just too many things on my list I would like to laminate. I think I would start with my visuals for my AAC students 🙂

  • Helen says:

    I’m Helen. I’ve always thought that my kids will excel at everything life places before them. Well… turns out as beautiful and amazing as my daughter is… she has special needs and I need to do whatever I can to help her. If I win – I’d make us a nice visual schedule to help with routines.

  • Aimee says:

    I laminate a ton of pictures, games, and more! I’m all about preserving therapy activities as long as possible 🙂 The laminator at our school building recently died and has not been replaced, making it much more difficult to get projects done in a timely manner (having to send out to the resource building). Appreciate the opportunity to win!!! 🙂

  • Teresa Metcalfe says:

    I work at 2 hospitals, both of which supply very few to no materials. Therefore, the sky would be the limit for laminating – picture cards, printable game boards, exercise sheets, etc.
    Thanks for the opportunity! A very practical and generous giveaway. 🙂

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  • Emily Vasquez says:

    I would love a laminator to laminate all of my language and articulation materials to keep re-using them!

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