Daffodil Craft for Speech and Language

Although Spring seems like it’s never going to come, I’ve been making these adorable daffodils with my preschoolers. This craft uses somewhat unconventional craft materials, so it makes for some great teachable moments and new vocabulary for your students. It’s also FULL of basic concepts! (This is also an upgrade from a post I wrote a […]

Bunnies in the Speech Room

My plans this week (and last) all revolve around bunnies. Even if you can’t cover “Easter”, bunnies are a great seasonal animal around which to base therapy! *This post contains affiliate links* The first is an art project I saw that used empty toilet paper/paper towel rolls to form into a bunny head. If you’re […]

Using Toca Store in Speech Therapy

Some of my favorite apps for therapy are made by Toca Boca. They offer many free options, which is great for SLPs with limited budget. Many of the apps seem like just “games” to the kids, but can offer a variety of speech and language targets in the process. Today I’m going to focus on […]

Gardening in Speech

Spring is approaching and I’m itching to get out all of the cute garden-themed stuff I’ve been collecting. ***This post contains affiliate links.*** A couple years ago I found this cute felt “garden” basket in the 90% off bins at Joann’s Fabrics. The next year I found an identical one, plus a larger version. I […]

Valentine’s Day in My Speech Room

For the past few years, I’ve made this fun card/craft with my students. This year, I added a fun, simple book to the plan. It lends itself well to this craft and both are relatively quick (depending on the student/number of students) so they can be done in the same session. ***This post contains affiliate […]