No Prep, Speech Therapy Coin Toss Activity

No prep speech therapy materials are a must have for me. They are perfect for the days full of evaluations, meetings and paperwork. I particularly love this no prep activity because it’s interactive for the students! Plus, I usually get 100+ sound productions in one session with this activity. Enjoy! Materials:  Crayons/Markers, 1 Quarter, Free Download, …

Use Cotton Balls To Engage Your Students During Winter Speech Therapy Sessions

So many of us have used cotton balls for winter crafts. Lately, I have been using this hygiene product to engage my students during my winter speech therapy sessions! My favorite part about this speech therapy ‘material’…it’s super cheap! Here are two of the cotton ball games which have truly helped my students stay engaged …

3 Ways To Use Legos in Speech Therapy

Legos As Motivational Tools Therapists have always found it easier to keep children engaged by using some type of motivational tool. For me, and many therapists, one of the most useful tools has been Legos.  These building blocks don’t just serve as a motivation for my students, but also as a way to help my …

5 Ways to Use The Hallway in Speech Therapy

The time it takes to walk to and from the speech therapy room can take away from our actual therapy time with students. While in the hallway, students are exposed to people, images, directions and more. As an SLP, I consider that time in the hallway additional therapy time. It’s a wonderful time for students …

Speech and Language Flash Card Activities

Are you tired of playing the same old speech therapy games with the same old flash cards? I know that I have played Go Fish and Memory more times than I can count! Well, I finally decided that I could not hear, ‘I have a match’ or ‘Go Fish’ one more time!  So, I came up with a …

Speech and Language Activities for Mixed Groups

In a perfect world, our speech schedules would consist of groups of kids all working on the exact same goals…I wish! In reality, it is very likely that most of your caseload consists of mixed groups of students.  As SLPs, we are expected to make mixed groups work and be able to address multiple goals …