The Best Fine Motor Toys for Children — Paiges of Gray
This round-up of the best fine motor toys for kids is broken down by age making it super easy to find the perfect gift for all of the little ones on your shopping list this holiday season.
Teletherapy Checklist for Therapists
Teletherapy is growing! Here is the checklist of equipment, technology, documents and marketing for your teletherapy service.
Conflict Resolution Tips Part of School Lesson, Great for Teachers to Use with Students in Classroom
What do you get when you combine role playing, art making, imagination, team collaboration, and conversations about healthy ways to deal with conflict? The interactive, low-prep Conflict Resolution Game Show! Ways to Use☀️ This FUN, interactive guidance lesson & game can be used as a stand-alone...
More Core Vocabulary Activities!
My students have trouble linking the links together so for this activity I would first give them one link and then they would say "...
Free Speech Therapy Printables
Free speech therapy printables! Developmental norms and milestones handouts for SLPs and educators! The printables cover a variety of topics to use as cheat sheets or print out. Use as functional decor or handouts. Save on your device to reference. Print multiple to a page and put on a keyring. The ...
Fine Motor Skills Task Box Freebie!
My Happy Place Teaching Resources provides useful and creative resources and ideas for teachers in the primary grades.
How to Easily Improve Your Child's Language Using Songs and Music — Speech and Language at Home
How to Easily Improve Your Child's Language Using Songs and Music. Today let’s talk about why music is a powerful tool in early intervention and how to use songs in speech therapy (and at home!) to improve your child's language.
Review and Describe Categories - No Print Speech Therapy (Perfect for Teletherapy)
Teaching kids the concept of categories and - having it stick - can be challenging. Use this resource to review categories, discuss what doesn't belong, naming items from categories, and comparing and contrasting:PRODUCT CONTENTS:Pgs 3-24: ReviewPgs 25-58: What doesn't belong?Pgs 59-67: Name three..
Free Early Language Handouts for Parents- Play and Daily Routines
This free early intervention resource was designed for speech therapists to share with parents, as a way to support parents to use language strategies during play and daily routines at home.There are four play ideas, three daily routines, and two additional activities outlined in this resource, alon...
Sort Into Categories Activities Freebie
This packet will get your students to practice sorting objects into categories. It is perfect for K-2nd grade students to teach the Common Core Standard Vocabulary Acquisition and Use. Students will begin to identify similarities and differences and develop logical reasoning skills when they analyze...
3 Tips to Share with Parents during an IEP Meeting
A blog about speech therapy apps, tips and techniques, and therapy materials to help make Speech-Language Pathologist's jobs easier and efficient.
Wh- Questions: No Prep Freebie! Describe-a-Scene Part 3
This is a free product for practicing answering wh- questions and describing scenes. It is to be used along side an adult as the child will be answering the questions verbally. ••If you enjoyed this freebie please give feedback and follow my store
FREE What Doesn't Belong? NO PREP Scenes Speech Therapy
Practice negation, association, and categories with this 5 page, no-prep activity! There are 5 things that don't belong in each scene. Find what doesn't belong.Find what does belong.Name the category.Describe why items belong or don't belong.Laminate for durability. Kids love to circle or cross out ...
Early Intervention Play-Based Language Handouts for SLPs and Parents- No Prep
Do you work in early intervention and/or support young/pre-school children with expressive language delay? Are you looking for a resource to support your speech therapy delivery that doesn't involve any preparation? This pack may be just what you need and it is sure to be a must-have item in your th...
FREE Receptive Identification Photos Speech Therapy
FREE spring speech therapy activity! Work on receptively identifying a picture when it is described. Or use it to target listening skills or have the student describe the pictures using descriptors, pronouns, and verbs in a sentence.