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 […]

Books for Targeting Core Vocabulary

Core vocabulary has proven to be a very useful tool in my therapy room for my low/non-verbal students. It allows them to expand utterances in a way that other AAC methods simply fall short. In typical language therapy with my preschoolers, I love using books. It’s age-appropriate, motivating, language-rich, and enjoyable. Why should my minimally […]

Camping in Speech Therapy

For my last two weeks of ESY I will be doing a camping theme with my preschoolers.  (This post contains affiliate links) When I found this toy from Learning Resources, I knew I had to plan sessions around it.  It is too cute! We worked on sequencing, object functions (eat, give light, pick up food, […]

“Snowmen at Night” Freebie

For the past week I have been using the book “Snowmen at Night” in therapy with my preschoolers. It is a simple story that has funny, engaging pictures.  It’s great for winter vocabulary and “what doing” questions. *This post contains affiliate links* I always like having an activity to send home to parents to showcase […]

Arctic Sensory Bin

Sensory bins are very popular right now.  They’re great for eliciting language or to hide artic cards in for some covert articulation therapy. Making a sensory bin is easy.  You can grab a cheap storage bin from the dollar store and throw whatever you can find in there! *This post contains affiliate links. This winter, I’m going […]