Phonological Processes, Therapy Ideas, Uncategorized

Plan your Therapy Session Using the Cycles Approach

Cluster Reduction Rule: Two sounds need to stick together Visual: Two friends holding hands -ps Target word:Activity Ideas:Carrier Phrase:hops/jumpsbook about bunnygame that pops out"He ____""Lets see if he ____"hoopsobstacle course with hula hoops"You are jumping through the___"stopsany game you can turn on/off"It____""When I push the button it ____"cupsmake a tower out of cupstrow balls/objects into… Continue reading Plan your Therapy Session Using the Cycles Approach

Green Screen, Teletherapy, Thematic Units, Therapy Ideas, Uncategorized

Holiday Green Screen Virtual Activities and Video Demonstration

I have created some fun winter and Christmas virtual learning activities! I also recorded videos demonstrating how I use these activities in therapy with preschool students and how they can be adapted for a variety of ages and goal areas. Buy Buy BUY BUY Build a Snowman... Ideas on how to use: reinforcer/motivationvocabulary- snow, snowball,… Continue reading Holiday Green Screen Virtual Activities and Video Demonstration

Green Screen, Teletherapy, Thematic Units, Therapy Ideas

Interactive Magic Floating Objects-Spooky Scenes

Fun Halloween themed activity that my students are LOVING! What you will need... Green background (table cloth from the dollar store, felt, a green sheet)Paint sticks (I found extra long sticks at Walmart)Green duct tape (make sure it is the same shade of green as your background for best results)object cut outsbackground images uploaded to… Continue reading Interactive Magic Floating Objects-Spooky Scenes

Therapy Ideas

Using Cups as a Reinforcer in Speech Therapy

I love taking everyday items I have on hand and turning them into a fun therapy activity! I have found that Dixie or Solo cups are a great reinforcer for students. This reinforcer can be used with students one on one or in groups. I provide my students with a short task (e.g., say your… Continue reading Using Cups as a Reinforcer in Speech Therapy