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Dr. Seuss’s Lorax Paper Plate Therapy Activity

Dr. Seuss’s Lorax Paper Plate Therapy Activity

It’s Dr. Seuss time! Bring the Lorax into your sessions with this easy and adorable craft! With just a few supplies, you can use this as a reinforcement activity for speech or language therapy productions. Crafts are great activities to do with groups because the students can be working on them while waiting for their next turn. […]

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Love Bug Magnet Therapy Craft

Love Bug Magnet Therapy Craft

Ready for some cute Valentine’s Day therapy crafts? Here are a couple of ideas for you to use as reinforcement activities for your speech and language therapy groups. As with most crafts, they are also great for practicing fine motor skills. There are many different types of love bugs that your students can create. Here […]

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Feed a Frog Therapy Idea

Feed a Frog Therapy Idea

This quick and easy-to-make frog container is a cute way to get your students motivated to practice their speech and language skills. Your students will be eager to feed him their speech and language cards or plastic flies! What you need: a clean, plastic container with a lid that opens a little more than halfway, […]

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Build a Bug Reinforcement Activity

Build a Bug Reinforcement Activity

I love finding easy and fun therapy activities to share with you, so when I saw this idea on Pinterest, I knew I had to let you know about it. It’s easy for little ones, but can also be used with older students. Plus, it’s an adaptable and easy craft that can be used as […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Activities with Lucky Charms Cereal

St. Patrick's Day Activities with Lucky Charms Cereal

Who doesn’t love marshmallows in their cereal? And have you seen your students’ eyes light up when you bring food into therapy? If your with me on these two things, Lucky Charms cereal just may need to make an appearance into your therapy sessions…and there’s no better time than St. Patrick’s Day! So, what can […]

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Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? Activity for Teaching Onomatopoeia

Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? Activity for Teaching Onomatopoeia

Dr. Seuss is known for using zany, creative words in his stories. In Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?, Dr. Seuss opens our ears to the sounds around us. Besides being fun for your students, you can use this book as a wonderful language learning opportunity that teaches about “onomatopoeia,” a type of figurative language. […]

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