About Me

My name is Sarah Breshears, but my kiddos know me as Miss B. I am an ASHA certified SLP working in private practice. I love my job and working with children! I’m the biggest fan of this field and believe in what we do with my whole heart.

I grew up in Catoosa, Oklahoma, and then moved to Stillwater to go to  Oklahoma State  University!  Go POKES!  I graduated from  OSU with my bachelor’s  degree in Human Development and Family Science: Child and Family Services.  I completed  my master’s degree at the University of Oklahoma in Speech- Language Pathology where I was blessed with the opportunity to complete rotations in hospital, private practice, school, and pediatric inpatient settings along with our university clinic. I loved the opportunity to learn something new and find new challenges with each new setting. While I  have a  degree  from and  love for both schools, I  am a Sooner at heart!  Boomer!

After grad school, I wanted to move somewhere that I didn't know anyone after growing up in the tiny place that Oklahoma comes to be. I chose Nashville because of my love for music and its "small town in a big city" vibe. I'm completely in love with this city. 

As a new grad working in the public school system, there was not much available for new materials. I stumbled upon a freebie from Teachers Pay Teachers. After spending way too much time hopping from one store to the next and looking through all of the beautiful materials available, I decided I'd try my hand at it. I never imagined it would turn into all that it has. I love creating materials that go into other clinics and classrooms and help you to help your kiddos. I love connecting with the other SLPs that share my passion for this field. I love seeing other SLPs excited about the materials that they've created to help others as well. TpT has been one huge blessing for me and has led me to create this blog. 

Here you'll find therapy ideas to keep your kiddos on their toes, crafts, giveaways, and a few rambling thoughts from this SLP. I hope to help keep you inspired and share my love of all things SLP. 



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