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My favorite therapy material??? Bubbles, Puppets and Books! (can’t say just one!). Favorite oral motor therapy tool??? Can’t pick one! It depends! Straws, horns, blow toys, chewy tubes. Love them!
My favorite therapy material…I have a couple that my students have been enjoying recently…Artic Shuffle card deck and the Synonym/Antonym Double Dice game.
I have to agree that bubbles are the most versatile therapy tool around!
My favorite therapy tool or material is probably my artic cards and my holiday-themed board games. All of my student have LOVED the board games, and it keeps them interested and motivated.
The Kirby Family says
Right now my preschoolers are loving Dot markers and dot worksheets.
I love EET!!! It can target many different language goals including describing/attributes, adjectives, increasing MLU, syntax, etc…love Jenna’s suggestions on how to use it too!
My favorite is the Zvibe, I’ve used it with feeding clients!
My favorite therapy material … memory! Easy, simple game that my kids use to label, comment, request, and follow directions.
It’s hard to choose, but today bubbles got a kiddo to talk, so it’s bubbles for me too!
My favorite therapy tool is whatever is near by! I do a lot of early intervention and use what is available in the child’s home…but bubbles come in with a close second. I usually carry some around in my purse for those moments when nothing else will work!!
My favorite therapy tool is the chipper chat sets and the turn and talk flipbooks for artic kiddos.
There are so many materials I love it’s so hard to pick one. But I’ll go with Hedbanz! I use it to formulate questions, increasing MLU, describing/attributes, and categorizing.
I like chipper chat holiday edition. My kids love the “magic wand” to take the chips off.
Recently I’ve been enjoying the Hear Builders CD’s on my smart board. I also love “homemade” materials.
Mrs. S says
My favorite therapy materials are “ZAP” sticks. The students really enjoy the game.
I am loving my iPad! It is so versatile with everything you need at your finger tips..data collector, materials bank, interactive tools, DAF, mirror (someone posted to use the camera as a mirror-great idea!), network to other SLPs, voice recorder, motivator and the list goes on!!
My kids love “Looting Pirates” & “Pick a Stick” by 2 Gals Speech Products. You can use them for any goal and there’s no prep and no clean-up! I also have a never-ending puzzle called “Izzi” that my older kids love to use with any type of goal.
whimsically weir says
My favorite therapy tool is books and puppets…oral motor? I like train whistles and straws! These look neat though!
Ms. D says
I love incorporating things I find here on your blog and in other blogs with my general education setting ELA class. I have 3 of my 22 students this year that receive speech services! Anything I can do to help support is fantastic!
I’m exploring the use of narratives as my favorite therapy tool. 🙂 Thanks for this great site, you are an incredible slp.
Right now I really enjoy using books in therapy!!! Love your blog!!
I love using my iPad for therapy!
i love my memory games!!!
I LOVE using wind-up toys! I have a whole bucket full of them. They seem to appeal to a wide range of ages. Definitely a go-to choice for me in therapy!
Melissa C. says
I really like using games with my adolescents to elicit a natural occurring social situation in my pragmatic groups. A few months ago I found Story Cubes. They can work with any age level!!
I found some really neat picture magnets on Amazon and we have been working with those lately! We really like them! I would love to win the DnZ-Vibe! Ive been looking at buying one!
I like my iPad and any hands-on games that have lots of different language activities.
My favorite therapy tool right now is my iPad!! I also love bubbles, popup pirate and books!
Shannon Giles says
My favorite therapy tool is the Expanding Expressive Language program. I use it with so many students!
Right now my kids are really into Chipper Chat (used a a reinforcer for almost any activity) and Pirate Talk, and my younger ones love using dotters!
Kate Curatola says
I am just loving my iPad! It’s motivating for students of all ages and all abilities levels. I specifically love the innovative mobile apps and mobile education apps!
Karen Parden says
My favorite therapy tool is my iPad!!!! I love all the apps and adding technology.
One of my favorites is MagneTalk. It is motivating for all elementary ages!
Bubbles for sure are a favorite therapy tool!!
My favorite therapy tool is pinterest! I know that sounds silly, but I find so many great creative activities on it, I would be such a plain old boring therapist without!
I love to use books as part of therapy activities.
I love creating activities from Pinterest. I also like to use the game “memory” and use the IPAD!!!!
We’ve used chewy tubes and nuk brushes, but I really want to win some of the awesome tools you reviewed!!!
Mama to a three year old with CAS. 🙂
Elizabeth K says
hmmm…my favorite tx tool would have to be my picture schedule. it solves (almost) every meltdown!
My favorite therapy material would have to be my homemade rinky dinky “What’s in the box?” game. It is my go-to for those days I’m feeling not so creative!!
My kiddos in the PPCD class love anything that vibrates! Those light up/vibrating/spinny toys are their absolute favorite!
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Martha Mary says
I started working in Early Intervention last August, play dough, cars, animals and my Elmo flip books have been a few of my favorites thruout the winter.
I’m so excited about the weather this last week in the midwest! It’s been so much fun being outside and blowing bubbles, playing at the park or in the backyard, and using sidewalk chalk to target colors, shapes, prepositions, following directions, labeling actions/objects, sky’s the limit!
Can’t wait to try the “bubble snake” soon!
The kids always beg for bubbles! Smartboard activities are always attention getters. Also puzzles, books, and interactive games such as Popup Pirate.
I’m a sucker for bubbles. I’m also a huge fan of repetative books like Polar Bear, Polar Bear What Do You Hear. I love my co-workers ARK therapy tools too. They are great. I really hope I win!
My favorite therapy material is whatever I’m using at the moment 🙂 I love taking whatever it is I’m using, adding movement or giving it a “name” and watching kids get excited!
Some like it hot says
I love my iPad, and lately I have been getting tons of use out of Mr. Potato Head! I use it for labeling body parts, requesting, talking about function of each body part/ senses, and even just a reinforcer for older kids. I use Mrs. Potato head to work on he/she and him/her.
I love discovering new ways to use the iPad in therapy. But my favorite “non-tech” tool is bubbles with the little ones!!
Bubbles, the ipad and playdough!