Hey Hey SLPs! In today’s episode, my guest, Kristine Lamb, will talk about how to implement cooking lessons into push-in services. Lesson planning for push-in services can feel very overwhelming for busy SLPs because it is difficult to find activities that cover a wide variety of skills that also keep our little friends engaged during the lessons. Kristine has found some real success with using cooking to serve her students’ speech and language needs.  

in this episode: 

You’ll hear

  • How SLPs can collaborate with teachers and how you go into the classroom
  • Ways to find funding for cooking supplies
  • How to stay organized when prepping for lessons
  • How virtual SLPs can adapt cooking into teletherapy
Using cooking for your preschool push-in lessons with Kristine from Live Love Speech on the Real Talk SLP Podcast

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Resources and Blog Post Mentioned in the Cooking Preschool Push-In Lessons

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