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We can overcomplicate the process when finding engaging speech therapy materials for our sessions! This Real Talk SLP episode shares what kids LOVE, and it might be something you never thought to use.
Have you ever planned an on-the-fly speech therapy lesson, thinking it would be “boring,” only to discover that your students thought it was the BEST.THING.EVER!
Or, maybe you left a game or material on your table, and your next group of fourth-graders walk-in begging to play Candyland in your session?
How To Participate in Future SLP Questions
This episode of the Real Talk SLP podcast will be sharing materials or activities SLPs used that were a surprising hit in therapy.
Many of the ideas shared today were from submissions from other SLPs that commented on my Facebook page. Come follow along to get involved with some of the questions I post weekly.
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If you LOVE planning therapy with a themed-based approach but often don’t because you lost all your planning time catching up on paperwork, I want to let you know about the Themed Therapy SLP Membership for SLPs serving Prek-5th grade students. We take lesson planning off your plate by providing themed therapy units to cover your Prek-5th grade caseload. Between themed book cheat sheets, open-ended activities, Google Slides, No Print PDFs, themed speech sound word lists, printables, and monthly LIVE webinars to earn CMH units, you will have engaging sessions without the stress of planning on your own.
In This Real Talk SLP Episode You Will Learn:
-How to look at your therapy materials in unconventional ways
-Encouragement to take chances in your therapy and explore what can work with our students in therapy
-Therapy ideas that are cost-effective and engaging with kids
-Think outside the box, what might work for younger students could be used with your older students and vice versa
-What tools or supplies could you incorporate with your worksheets or activities to increase engagement such as using smell markers or erasable pens
-How you can use a simple object and turn it into a hands-on activity
-Our junk drawers could be our most effective therapy tool
See the links below to go to blog posts or find materials mentioned in this episode
Blog Posts and Resources Mentioned in This Episode
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Use these ultra fine dry erase markers, your kids will love them.
Candyland and Don’t Break the Ice – If you need toy companion cheat sheets for using these games in therapy, check out this resource in my TPT store.
Make a random item sensory bin by colors. Check out the color-themed sensory bin resources in my TPT store.
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