As children develop their language processing skills they must master understanding how objects can be associated. This is no easy task! So, sometimes we need to go back to basics to help our students learn these integral parts of language. This activity takes the stress of trying to think of associated object off of the students by using colorful visual supports for the both the targeted items and the answer. All the student has to do is scan the images to the match!
When you look around there really aren't that many apps for social skills, so I am very excited to introduce you to Let's Be Social by Everyday Speech! This app targets areas that can be very challenging for students with social difficulties.
Social Skills Loops: Problem Solving and Perspective Taking
Social Skills Loops are the cure for the common card game! Perfect for the traveling SLP, push-in services, and having lots of fun without a mess! I put for a grade range of 3-6 for this activity to make sure the situations are applicable. The format is elementary and middle school friendly, so older students will not feel that they are using an elementary material
Work on social skills in a delicious way! This packet will have your students hungry to use their good social skills. There are activities for: Problem Solving, Expected and Unexpected Behaviors, and Perspective Taking. Each student is given a burger
Basic concepts are essential building blocks of language. When children are delayed in acquiring these words it can simple tasks challenging and frustrating for them. We know frequent and consistent repetition of information is always best when teaching a new skill, so why do it when we teach basic concepts. This set allows you the target one of the four specific concepts all week!
The Sensory TheraPlay Box is a monthly subscription service just for speech-language pathologists! This service provides you a new box each month full of toys designed to help with sensory issues. Read my review about Sensory TheraPlay Box and learn more
How to do Hands On Speech Activities Without Going Crazy
There might be times in your SLP career that you have to get in front of a whole class of kids and teach speech therapy skills. It can be intimidating, but this guest post shares some really great tips for surviving the experience and effectively teaching