I love doing simple science activities in therapy– one of the main reasons being that even some of my hardest-to-engage kids would almost always be interested and engage with me in simple science activities like baking soda and vinegar mix variations. Science experiments are a great way to work on turn taking, requesting, core vocabulary words on AAC devices, engagement,… Read More
PreK Pushin: Math & Communication Goals– How do they go together?
Graph image by Creative Lessons Cafe Push-in therapy. In-class support. Co-teaching. Whatever you want to call it, going into the classroom to provide in-class support minutes to your students can definitely require some outside-of-the-box thinking if you’re not the one who has planned & is leading the lesson. I know–it’s hard sometimes as SLPs to let go of having a… 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