Preschool Speech Therapy
Preschool speech therapy activities. Free and paid ideas, activities and resources for preschool speech therapists.
Do your preschool students struggle to follow directions during a speech therapy oral mech exam? When you're wearing a mask? Forget it! This resource includes visual cues that will help your preschoolers complete an oral mech exam AND have fun doing it! Digital and print visual cues are included, plus a two-page response form!
As speech therapists, it's hard to know when to treat preschool stuttering and when to wait and monitor. I've taken a look at the most recent research on the risk factors for persistent stuttering and summarized the most important things I've found that guide my decisions about when to treat.
This is a bundle of digital and printable activities for working on pets in special education or speech therapy with preschool students! Learn about pets with the interactive book, then play a fun memory match game! Print for use in person with students, or use the Boom Card versions for distance learning!
The Lidcombe Program is an evidence-based, direct behavioral therapy used in the treatment of preschoolers who stutter. Parents are trained by speech-language pathologists to adminster the treatment, and all the information provided can be overwhelming! These beautiful, streamlined handouts help explain elements of the program to parents in an organized way.
Turn the story "Go Away Big Green Monster" into an interactive speech and language activity using this digital, no-print Boom Card story companion! Students will LOVE moving the pieces of the monster on and off the screen! This activity works with preschool and elementary aged students, and can be used in ELA, special education, speech therapy, or occupational therapy!
Play-based therapy is the absolute BEST for improving communication skills! Take your play to the next level with this set of adorable visual supports and interactive activities for using with a play veterinarian set. There are 9 sentence strip cards for describing exam tasks, a core and fringe vocabulary board for modeling and expanding utterances, and B&W or color versions of an exam form for students to use as they pretend to be the vet!
This play-doh monster making activity is fun and easy! Best of all, you can make these monsters with materials you probably already have in your speech room! I've included a FREE download of my monster-making visuals, so you can easily work on expanding utterances as you create!
Bigfoot has traveled all around the world and wants to show your students where he has been! Students answer "where" and "what" questions about pictures, then build a sentence to describe it! These are fun and engaging Boom Cards that can be used to target a variety of speech therapy goals!