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✍️E-book Writing Tip: Consider co-authoring!There are SO many advantages to writing with another author: 📣You can cheer each other on🤝You have built-in accountability &🕵️‍♀️You have someone to look over materials & make suggestions.➕Plus, you have two sets of unique experiences, backgrounds & expertise! I personally loved co-authoring my second e-book with a speech-language pathologist. Bringing two specialities together made the e-book helpful to a wider range of therapists. When co-authoring, I suggest using: ✅Online meeting

Looking for session ideas that address IEP goals? Here are (lucky) 7 of my go-to activities! Singable Books: How to Catch a Leprechaun The Night Before St. Patrick's Day I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover The Luckiest St. Patrick's Day Ever Gross Motor Movement & Following Directions: Koo Koo Kangaroo: "Shamrock Shake" Learning Station: "Boom Chicka Boom St. Patrick's Day" Lyric Analysis: "Lucky" - Britney Spears Questions to ask while you're reading the lyrics and listening to the

Music for Fun: Leisure-Based Music Activities for Kids and Teens by Kyle Fleming, MT-BC The COVID-19 pandemic required many music therapists and educators to drastically shift their approach to engaging musically with their students and clients. For Kyle Fleming, MT-BC, this meant suspending therapeutic programming and finding new and unique ways to engage clients musically and creatively. These activities are now available via Kyle's e-book: "Music for Fun:Leisure-Based Music Activities for Kids and Teens" This e-book

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