One of the best ways to create materials for your speech room is to use file folders. File folders are easy to store, are readily available and can be transported easily in your therapy bag. Today, I am going to share how SLPs can use file folders in speech therapy to have materials for their students.
I know the pressures of planning therapy. There are so many components to planning an effective session. You want it to be goal related, have meaningful trials, practical application to the real world, opportunities for data, and for the kids to have fun will they are learning. Plus, you want your students to be engaged […]
SLPs are always on the hunt for games to adapt and use in speech therapy sessions. When teaching language concepts, kids get more engaged when vocabulary and grammar is presented in a fun and engaging way. Today, I want to talk about how to use the game Lids ‘N Lizards in speech therapy. I have […]
Raise your hand if you’re an SLP who plans their lessons by theme! I plan themed lessons because it’s easier to align with the teacher’s curriculum and/or find resources to adapt for my whole caseload. One of my very favorite themed lesson ideas is to use bee activities for elementary speech therapy, especially during the […]
Are you surrounded by piles of THINGS in your speech room? Between doing therapy, writing assessment reports, and IEPs, having time to organize feels nonexistent. In my SLP world, there can never be too many speech therapy organization tips. I feel like a hot mess most of the time when it comes to staying organized. […]