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Therapy Inspiration: Spring

Another week of therapy ideas! Scroll through the pictures above for some quick ideas that you can use in your therapy room.

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The two books included in the Spring Theme are There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Frog and When Spring Comes.

More Ideas

Spring Scavenger Hunt
Some of my groups made lists of things that we see in spring (pulling “evidence” from the book). We then took a “field trip” outside and looked for signs of Spring.

Fruit Loop Craftivity
Use Fruit Loops to make a rainbow.

Water Beads
Read about how I use water beads in therapy here.


Store visuals that you and your students make in therapy (e.g., the fancy sticky notes) in the book. You can use them with other groups who might not be able to create their own visuals.

Keep being an awesome SLP!
– Marisha

P.S. I know you have some awesome therapy ideas! Share them with us by commenting below or tagging me on Instagram (@slp_now). You could win a prize and/or be featured in this post or on Facebook/Instagram (with your permission, of course)!

Feeling bored in therapy? Check out this post for a round-up on therapy ideas around a SPRING theme!

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