I’m fairly obsessed with the Expanding Expression Tool (EET). I love how it incorporates so many language skills into one functional tool that I can pair with almost any activity. In order to keep my

How I Teach the EET (Speechy Musings)

I’m fairly obsessed with the Expanding Expression Tool (EET). I love how it incorporates so many language skills into one functional tool that I can pair with almost any activity. In order to keep my

My Expanding Expression Tool bulletin board. I was completely inspired by Sara Smith's program. If you have a chance to attend one of her continuing education courses, go!

My Expanding Expression Tool bulletin board. I was completely inspired by Sara Smith's program. If you have a chance to attend one of her continuing education courses, go!

Easter Egg EET - the peachie speechie

Easter Egg EET (the peachie speechie)

EET Large version: I went to this presentation at TSHA one year--so simple but so wonderful how many ages/stages you can apply it to!!

A very popular tool in the world of Speech-Language Pathology is the Expanding Expressions Tool (a. Heather, a fellow SLP and.

EET Carryover Ideas!!

EET Carryover Ideas!! (Speech Time Fun)

Presenting EET Bookmark Freebie! I love using the Expanding Expression Tool in my speech room, and the kids enjoy it too! I created these bookmarks for kids to use in the speech room or back in their classrooms. I've found that these work great for jotting down notes under each category as kids read.

Presenting EET Bookmark Freebie! I love using the Expanding Expression Tool in my speech room, and the kids enjoy it too! I created these bookmarks.

ABCs 4 SLPs - E is for Expanding Expression Tool (EET) | Consonantly Speaking

When I first learned about the Expanding Expression Tool, it was before I had even started my undergraduate degree.

This activity introduces the Expanding Expression Tool using the beloved character Gru from Despicable Me. It goes through all seven beads and is ideal for introducing the program to kindergarten to grade 3 students.

This activity introduces the Expanding Expression Tool using the beloved character Gru from Despicable Me. It goes through all seven beads and is ideal for introducing the program to kindergarten to grade 3 students.

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