Visual Schedule in Speech Therapy

Most students we work with, not just those on the autism spectrum, do better with structure and predictability. Sure, curve balls happen and we need to prepare our students to handle those. But making Speech an enjoyable experience will make for easier transitions, fewer tantrums, thus, more progress. (*This post contains affiliate links*) This year, […]

Why SLPs should run to the Target Dollar Spot!

Unless you’re living totally “off the grid”, I’m going to guess you’ve been to a Target. Most people I know frequent Target; most SLPs I know adore the “Dollar Spot”.  It’s the small area near the front of the store with fun toys, accessories, decor, and office supplies for $1, $2, and $3. It’s difficult for […]

Fireworks Craftivity FREEBIE

Today was the first day of ESY here in NY.  It’s the first time in a while that I’ve worked the day(s) before 4th of July, so I tok advantage and made a corresponding craft for the holiday! You’ve probably seen many fireworks crafts floating around Pinterest. This year, I chose to do one involving […]

Mother’s Day Mason Jar Craftivity

This year in Speech my students made this adorable craft for their mothers/special women in their lives. I printed the mason jar template on different colored paper (pink and purple, mostly).  Then I printed the oval with the words on yellow and white paper. The only thing you need for this craft, besides the free […]