You don’t always need to use fancy equipment to work towards therapy goals. A great home carryover activity is using bubble wrap to target two word phrases, such as: “more pop!”; “my turn!”; “big bubble!”; and “Where’s more?”
Last week in speech therapy we made stress balls while targeting a variety of goals such as: receptive language, expressive language, social pragmatic and articulation! The kiddos LOVED making the stress balls and were very motivated to work toward their targeted goals. Talk about fun and function!
Last week in our social-motor group, we learned about BIG and little problems. We read the book “Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes” by: Eric Litwin. If you don’t know the story of Pete, enjoy the video here!
Just like Pete, we stepped in strawberries, blueberries, and even mud!!! Did we cry?! Goodness no! We remembered what Pete the Cat says, “No matter what you step in, keep walking along and singing your song…because it’s all good!” Now that is flexible thinking!