Friday, October 5, 2012

Homework that is "short-n-sweet"

My students BEG for me to give them homework because they earn prizes for completing 10 assignments and exhibiting good behavior. Since I don't always have time to plan ahead, I often find myself having to come up with a homework task on the spot. And so I created "short-n-sweet" questions which target almost all aspects of speech and language development. All you have to do is make copies, cut, and distribute. I was inspired by various pinterest posts and used clip art from cindy park at TPT.

I hope you find this download helpful. You can find the download at my TPT store. As always, your comments and reviews are appreciated.


  1. I'm a big fan of speech homework!

  2. I'm a huge fan of homework. Some of my students don't do it and probably never will, but they earn rewards when they do complete it, which helps. Some of them are really good at completing their homework. I try really hard to make it a <5 minute activity, otherwise, I know it's not going to happen.

    Talking With Rebecca

  3. I hear you! With my therapy sessions being only 30 minutes long, I feel like homework is crucial to facilitating further learning and carry over.