Easy Lessons: Language
Easy, no-prep or low-prep lesson ideas for SLPs. Speech therapy language ideas that aren't time consuming!
Telepractice & Distance Learning
Techy: Boom Cards, No Print, Apps
Idioms & Inferences
Pragmatic Language/Social Skills
Middle & High School
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Are you desperately needing some new activities to freshen up your teletherapy sessions? Learning about the national parks is the BEST way to bring some excitement while still targeting a variety of speech and language goals for a wide range of ages. Check out these lesson plan ideas to make your speech therapy planning quick and easy! Your students will love these books, videos, articles, games, activities, and more! Next stop, the Grand Canyon!
Finally, and organized way to target functional language... digitally! Use this experience book in Google Slides with your speech therapy and auditory verbal therapy students. Share with parents and teachers so they can add photos, captions, and vocabulary related to the child's individual activities. Then use the pages of the scrapbook to target language around unique experiences at home, school, and in the therapy room!
Are you providing speech therapy over the summer? Or maybe just looking for some activities to ring in summer with your students? Check out this HUGE list of FREE summer-themed activities that require absolutely no printing or prepping. Download them to your computer or tablet today, and you'll be set for fun in speech therapy all summer long!
A SUMMERTIME scavenger hunt.... for TELETHERAPY! This activity also works great on an iPad in speech therapy sessions, or as a cooperative activity for groups. The interactive PDF contains two versions, one with photographs of summer-themed items to find, and the other with description words. It includes built-in language prompts, and can also be an ice breaker or a way to build rapport in speech therapy!
Lap book to target WHO questions in speech therapy - This lap book is a fun and practical way to both TEACH and PRACTICE WHO Questions. This lap book teaches concepts of people, specific words often used in passages to give information about who questions, and lots of visuals to support learning. From Kiwi Speech
Make winter lesson planning for teletherapy EASY with this list of hot chocolate-themed activities that target a variety of speech and language goals. This round up includes links to digital books, videos, articles, online activities, Boom Cards, and a downloadable PDF to give you something for each of your speech therapy students, using a fun and relevant winter theme that your students will love!
Use these popular language scenes to target many speech and language goals! You will save money by purchasing my GROWING BUNDLE, which includes 17 different language scenes so far, PLUS you will get NEW ones as I add them for NO ADDITIONAL COST! You can print these out or open on a device for a NO PREP, NO PRINT option. These are perfect for speech therapy or teletherapy with kids in kindergarten, 1st, 2nd,
In this 40 page vocalic r readings bundle, students will learn about earthquakes and landforms (science-based standards) while learning their vocalic /r/ sound in sentences and readings. This packet is perfect for groups, since it includes vocabulary and comprehension questions.
This preschool articulation activity has students dragging a bug to a flower to uncover their speech words. In this Boom Deck, students will learn the following sounds: /p, b, m, d, n, h, t, k, g, w, ng, f, y/. This deck includes bonus openended and word shapes (CV, CVC, etc) activities.
Are you looking for present tense verb activities for your learners? This packet includes 45 coloring sheets. Each sheet includes one verb with practice using he, she and they pronouns. This packet also includes tips for presenting pronouns mindfully (see thumbnail for that sheet); for more on this see the Gender Unicorn. This activity is ideal for preschool and early elementary school language students.
This packet includes 45 present tense verbs coloring sheets. Students ages preschool to grade 2 will especially love coloring these sheets while they practice starting phrases with "he" "she" and "they." This pack was designed with mindful pronoun use in mind, click for more details.
Need a structured way to target correlative conjunctions (and complex/compound sentences) in language therapy? Better yet, a way that doesn't require any prep or printing? Use this BOOM CARDS deck to teach and practice subordinating conjunctions at 3 different levels. Perfect for serving your older students in teletherapy, or face-to-face therapy using an iPad or interactive whiteboard!
Build your students' vocabulary skills by teaching the important language concept of categories in speech therapy! This Boom Cards deck contains 5 different levels of practice using interactive features such as drag and drop and clickable answer buttons. Perfect for your iPad or computer!
**50% OFF for first 48 HRS ONLY** This is a comprehensive NO PREP, NO PRINT Kamala Harris Boom Cards Activity that addresses the concepts of comprehension, answering questions, use of context clues, use of text evidence, vocabulary, and literacy, and MORE! These cards are self-grading and are an in...
In this r articulation activity, your students will practice the following skills (all while learning about a super cool animal): - 60 vocalic r sentences - Readings targeting the vocalic r sound - Vocabulary and comprehension questions for each reading (perfect for groups) - SLP data sheets included Learn more about the Sea Lamprey and it's 12 rows of teeth (!) while improving your vocalic r sound.