I love using games in therapy because a) they’re easy, and b) they lend themselves naturally to a variety of different skills, such as following directions, turn-taking, and learning how to handle a loss.Often times, we might be using games as just a general reinforcer while we do drill with other skills, but today I wanted to share with you… Read More
Potato Head Play
Mr. Potato Head is a toy that many of us SLPs have used in therapy with little ones. It’s always been toted as a “must-have” for anyone working with early intervention/prek. I love my potato heads (I scored a big tub full of heads and accessories at a yard sale last year!), but I’ll admit- there was a point in… Read More
For the Love of Speech: Valentine’s Blog Hop!
Welcome to your next (or maybe first!) stop of the “For The Love Of Speech” blog hop organized by Lyndsey over at Speech to the Core and Elizabeth over at Speech Owl! You’re in for some sweet treats! I am SO very thankful for each and every one of you who take time to read this blog, follow me on… Read More
How can I use that to target language? – Letter Tiles –
“How can I use THAT to target my student’s language goals?” It’s a question I’ve thought to myself more than once going into the preschool rooms to do push-in therapy with my language students. When I push in to the classrooms to provide therapy, I often times just follow the child’s/teacher’s lead and take whatever they are working on or… Read More