Activities

FREE DOWNLOAD: Spring Bingo Activity for Speech Therapy

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The end of March marks the beginning of Spring! Even though the snow is just starting to melt in our neck of the woods, we are (finally!) starting to see flowers poke out of the ground and hear the birds chirping. With longer days and increasing temperatures, it;s the perfect time for children to get… Read More »

iSpy…an Awesome Valentine’s Day FREE DOWNLOAD

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Valentine’s Day is the perfect occasion to bring some much-needed warmth to your special education class, school-based therapy session, or online therapy classroom. The well-loved and whimsical images of this holiday are a great way to break up the last month of winter, and incorporate a little extra fun into your special education, speech-language pathology… Read More »

Keep Your Occupational Therapy Sessions Fun and Engaging With This FREE Winter Tracing Activity

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We’re all anxiously awaiting the return of consistently warmer weather…but alas, there are still several more weeks of winter to endure. 🙁 Want to keep your occupational therapy sessions fun and engaging when you’re stuck in the classroom? This (FREE!) downloadable tracing activity (full of winter-themed pictures and words) might do the trick! What skills… Read More »

Keepin’ It Old-School With Free, Printable Word Search Puzzles

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Winter Word Search

Is it just me, or does it seem as if technology has become the “new normal” for the elementary-school set? Just this morning, I awoke this morning to find my 7-year-old daughter on her iPad…not playing games, or watching YouTube videos of toy unboxings or “talking” Barbie dolls (though these are favorites of hers as… Read More »

FREE DOWNLOAD: Fall Leaf Tracing Occupational Therapy Activity

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Let’s celebrate Autumn’s charm one last time, before we’re overtaken by the blustery cold of winter (and yes, you SHOULD watch for snowman activities to be posted to our blog in the near future!) This fun – and FREE – activity is a perfect way to bring the fun of the season into both your… Read More »

Fall into rhyming with this FREE activity download!

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Daylight savings time has arrived….and wow, it sure is getting dark early. The onset of winter is just around the corner…but we’ll take every opportunity we can to hold on to autumn! We thought you might feel the same way – so we’ve prolonged the season by creating this free fall-themed rhyming activity for your… Read More »

FREE DOWNLOAD: Fall Description Speech Activity

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From vibrant-colored leaves to bright orange pumpkins…Fall is a beautiful time of year! With all of these bright colors and fun sensations to draw from, it’s the perfect time of year to get students engaged within your speech therapy job. To help, we’ve put together this fun (and FREE) downloadable resource for you to include… Read More »

Celebrate Fall (and Halloween!) with These Fun and Simple Sensory Bins

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  Want More Sensory Bins? See More!   Although many retailers started celebrating Halloween back in August, Halloween is finally really almost here. Halloween and Fall-themed sensory bins are an easy, non-threatening way to bring the colors and sights of the season into your school-based therapy classroom. This is Fun! Sensory bins were recently introduced… Read More »

FREE DOWNLOAD: Halloween-Themed Bingo Activity for Speech Therapy

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It feels like just yesterday that we were sunbathing by the pool (and if you’re in one of the warmer parts of the country, you probably still are!) Here in PA though, we’re embracing all things Fall…cool, crisp nights, pumpkin spice EVERYTHING, and of course, Halloween. Already a favorite holiday for children everywhere, it’s a… Read More »

Cutting the Frustration – 5 Simple Tips to Teach Scissor Skills

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Cutting the Frustration – 5 Simple Tips to Teach Scissor Skills

Wide-eyed parents surprised by the skill of their toddler’s self-imposed “haircut” may be skeptical about the importance of teaching scissor skills in the classroom. Certainly, some children just KNOW how to use scissors…right? 😉 Seriously though: it is not unusual for a child to struggle with the concept, and need assistance with at least ONE… Read More »