Pediatric SLP Bundle: Language Therapy Materials
Access Pass credits are not valid for bundles, though credits can be used to purchase the individual resources.
This bundle comes with 15 tools for speech-language pathologists working children and parents/caregivers on language development goals. This bundle comes with the following resources:
Task: Identifying Negation
This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists working with kids who are developing the lingual skill of negation. The task includes two pages of visual sets, challenging children to select which image does not fit.
Basic Concepts Board
Speech-language pathologists working with early intervention and young school age children often work on basic concepts such as colors, numbers, shapes, and letters. Not only does this provide the child an opportunity to work on language skills, but prepares the child for working on concepts in school. This basic concepts board is a go-to for SLPs working with kids to learn colors, shapes, and first letters.
AAC Simple, Mini Communication Board
This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists working with kids on verbal and non-verbal communication using AAC. The simple board includes 18 icons for basic words as well as suggestions for how to incorporate the board into structured therapy sessions.
Saint Patrick's Day Story & Scavenger Hunt
This handout is designed for therapists working with the pediatric population to address vocabulary, sentence building, utterance length, and social interaction. Have fun searching for Saint Patrick's Day themed images while sharing the history of this celebrated holiday!
Modeling Language with AAC
This therapy intervention task is designed for pediatric clinicians working with children to use AAC devices to effectively communicate wants, needs, and ideas. The digital download includes a PDF with instructions on how to model language using AAC and includes a quick practice board with the words "want," "go," "stop," "help," "turn," and "more."
Daily Routine Sequencing Strips
This visual resource is designed for clinicians working with the pediatric population to address sequencing of functional daily routines including: Potty time, brushing teeth, mealtime cleanup, morning routine, and bedtime routine. The visual includes squares featuring both simple icons and words and can be cut, laminated, and used with a velcro, magnet, or other sequencing system to help kids logically sequence tasks and stay focused.
This activity is designed for speech-language pathologists working with the pediatric population to address semantic language. Kids are challenged to select the word from a group of words that matches a key word.
Core Vocabulary for the Word “GO"
This therapy activity is designed for therapists targeting 3 word phrases using the word "go." Includes squares featuring the words "Cars," "go," "fast," "slow," and "home."
Using the Communication Matrix for Complex Needs
This handout describes the Communication Matrix, a free online assessment for families and professionals to gauge early development from 0-24 months.
Interactive Book with Summer Vocabulary
Sitting down to read a whole book can be a tough challenge for some kiddos! This interactive book provides a fun way to engage with a quick, easy read that targets summertime vocabulary. Easily cut and fold book in less than a minute, then place target vocabulary words in the book as you read (using tape) and watch the words come to life!
Pronoun Cards and Practice
Grasping pronouns like he/she and him/her is an important and sometimes challenging part of pediatric language development. This therapy activity provides visual pronoun cards along with ideas of how to use the cards in structured therapy sessions. Also includes a page of pronoun practice using pictures.
Language Expansion Pack: Fall Vocabulary
This interactive therapy activity encourages language expansion by visualizing fall-themed vocabulary and asking children questions that draw out vocabulary words that describe the various objects.
Fall Sorting Activity
These fun visuals are designed to help children practice sorting and categorizing based on vocabulary associated with fall/autumn. Includes two categories: Things we eat and things we wear.
Figurative Language Pack
The activities in this pack can be used with middle and high school aged children who need support in improving social/pragmatic language skills, and higher level language skills.
Winter-Themed Language Activity Pack
A 4-page pack that focuses on categorization, reading, and naming.