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Tips and tricks for play-based preschool speech therapy written by a Speech-Language Pathologist. Includes therapy ideas, materials, and activities for…
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These movement activities for speech therapy are perfect to get some gross motor movement in your speech therapy sessions. Movement cards are an easy way to keep kids engaged in therapy sessions. Click to read loads of ideas for how to use this speech therapy resource in your therapy sessions today! Preschoolers and early intervention children will love these speech therapy activities!
Amp up one of the best preschool toys for speech therapy using this Tree House themed toy companion! This toy companion for speech therapy includes decorations for your Critter Clinic, speech therapy word lists for a variety of speech and language goals, picture scenes to extend the play, and play props. Pair this toy with mini objects or toys! Your students will love this open ended play. Turn your favourite speech therapy toy into an all year resource that you can use with all your students!
Amp up one of the best preschool toys for speech therapy using this Farm themed toy companion! This toy companion for speech therapy includes decorations for your Critter Clinic, speech therapy word lists for a variety of speech and language goals, picture scenes to extend the play, and play props. Pair this toy with mini objects or toys! Your students will love this open ended play. Turn your favourite speech therapy toy into an all year resource that you can use with all your students!
This list of free speech therapy activities includes printables, speech therapy worksheets, digital resources, books for speech therapy, interactive scenes, sensory bins, and games. Target a huge variety of goals with these free speech therapy resources! Use with your preschool, kindergarten, and early elementary students.
Use this list of speech therapy themes by month to help you start using themes in speech therapy! Use these year round themes with your toddlers and preschoolers to create fun therapy sessions. includes tips for using themes as well get speech therapy organization ideas. Includes a free theme handout to use for easy reference.
Songs are a great speech therapy resource that you can use in Early Intervention, Preschool, and even in Early Elementary! You can use this versatile speech therapy resource to use early language strategies for speech therapy, target articulation, and encourage expressive and receptive language skills. This cheap therapy resource can be used anywhere - in group sessions, in home sessions, and in push in therapy sessions, Live ideas for parents for homework to facilitate carryover of goals!
Check out these back to school speech therapy activities. Includes back to school games, songs about back to school, books for back to school, and more! Use them on the first day of speech therapy or throughout the year with school theme. Use these activities with your preschoolers and early elementary students. Reference this free list of speech therapy activities all year!
Use these zoo themed preschool activities in your speech therapy classroom! These fun and engaging zoo themed activities for kids will allow you to target a huge variety of speech and language goals. Check out these books, toys, and games you can use in your speech therapy sessions to target articulation, multisyllabic words, describing, spatial concepts, and more! Click to read!
Looking for a fun and engaging way to practice speech therapy this Valentine's Day? Try Valentine Game for Speech Therapy - it's an exciting game that provides visual, interactive, and motor-based activities for preschool-aged children! It's an easy way to incorporate speech therapy into the classroom or home and is sure to be loved by kids and adults alike. Click to read and learn how this exciting game can help make speech therapy fun and productive!
If you're looking for the best building toys for speech therapy for preschoolers and toddlers, you've come to the right place! Our list of top building toys promotes creative activities that are perfect for a variety of speech and language goals. Whether your child needs practice with articulation, vocabulary development, phonological awareness, auditory processing, or any other type of language development, our list of building toys has something to fit your needs.
Surprise toys are a versatile toy that can be used in speech therapy to target a huge variety of speech and language goals, all the way from preverbal skills to higher level language. Use this engaging play based speech therapy activity with your toddlers, preschoolers, and early elementary students. This list of top surprise toys for speech therapy will be beneficial when looking for new speech therapy toys!
Speech therapy can be an effective way to help children with their speech and language development. These high trial mats provide a variety of different activities that can be used to practice and reinforce therapy goals, such as apraxia of speech, phonology activities, and articulation activities. With our easy-to-use mats, preschool speech therapy ideas can be fun, engaging, and effective. Click to read more about how you can use these mats with speech therapy drills and activities.
Are you a Speech and Language Pathologist looking for the best play food sets to add to your therapy room? Whether you’re working on pretend play, play skills, or a variety of speech and language goals, we have the perfect list of SLP-approved food sets for speech therapy. Click to Read and learn more about the perfect food sets for toddlers, preschoolers, and early elementary students.
It's Valentine's Day and what better way to celebrate than with these fun and engaging books and songs for speech therapy! Whether you are working with preschoolers or providing a no-prep activity for speech therapy, these books and songs can be used for play based therapy and are a sure to offer the perfect Valentine's Day experience. Don't wait - click to read and get started on some Valentine's Day fun now!