There’s a global pandemic and suddenly we’re thrown into distance learning and teletherapy! Preschoolers are difficult enough to engage in person, and doing preschool speech therapy across a screen seems downright impossible. But, we’re doing it! I know so many therapists who are killing it in teletherapy and doing amazing things. I’m slowly but surely getting the hang of it… Read More
Because of the nature of the crazy schedule of the school-based SLP, I frequently end up having to do fluency therapy in mixed groups. I see them alongside my articulation and language students, which sometimes makes it a little harder to provide top-notch fluency therapy (at least in my mind) for my student. The most common difficulties I’ve encountered with… Read More
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Last week was all about Thanksgiving in my speech room. I thought I’d share a Target dollar spot find with you that my kids had a blast with! This came in one big roll of Thanksgiving fun. I separated it out and made a couple rows, since my speech room wasn’t big enough to spread the whole thing out! We… Read More
Linking up with Speech Room News today to show my thrifty finds! I have to admit my local thrift store was a little underwhelming this time. It really took some digging to even be able to come up with the things that I did purchase! Here were my fabulous items that I scored! 1. Operation! It’s even the new… Read More
It’s time for Therapy Fun Find, where I showcase an idea or activity or anything that catches my eye as useful for therapy! And oh. my. goodness. I am loving this idea that I came across from Second Story Window. It’s called a busy bag exchange, and I am digging this in so many ways. Source First of all, I… Read More