Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) know how to plan therapy with common toys for a variety of different skills. Play based speech therapy tools are so important for our young students. These ❤️toy companion cheat sheets❤️ are designed for the busy SLP as a reference guide to use during the therapy session. When you are running mixed groups, it is hard to remember all the targets you can use with one toy. These toy companions will help the SLP quickly pick and use targets during the therapy session.
⭐Using one toy across many sessions will help cut down time needed to plan therapy without having an effective therapy session. ⭐There are blank cheat sheets included in a separate PDF that you can customize for your students and the toys you enjoy using in your therapy room.
The cheat sheets are aligned with ❤️evidence-based practices for play-based intervention, vocabulary, and grammar❤️. Each toy companion cheat sheet has over 30 unique verbs listed to help the SLP use those verbs during each session as well as other articulation and language target. Each cheat sheet also comes with 10 additional activities the SLP can do with the toy.
The SLP can use the toy companion cheat sheets to begin modeling how parents can play with these toys at home with their children. The cheat sheets give a guide for all the different language skills a parent can target at home. It could be overwhelming for the parent to see all these skills, so the SLP can model one skill at a time during therapy sessions.
With a two-page cheat sheet guide for 18 different commonly used toys, you will feel confident providing effective and engaging play-based intervention for your preschool through second-grade students.
This is the bundle for the English and Spanish Version of these Toy Companion Cheat Sheets. Please see each of the listings to see what is included:
When you purchase these sets as a bundle, you get a 10% discount.
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