Digital Themed Lesson Plans for Preschool and Early Intervention: For SLPs
Designed for teletherapy, these Themed Speech Therapy Lesson Plans are designed to promote language development for late talkers and preschool kids with language delay. If you work with preschoolers and early intervention via telepractice, you need to have a lot planned to keep the child's attention.
These themed lesson plans include a standard template for planning teletherapy sessions with preschoolers and kids in early intervention that balances direct intervention with parent/e-helper coaching.
This download includes 25 digital speech therapy lesson plans that follow the following format:
- Read a book
- Watch a video
- Activity to elicit language
- Parent/e-helper coaching
The 25 themes are:
- Farm animals
- Zoo animals
- Ocean animals
- Forest animals
- Body parts
- Ice cream
These lesson plans include a combination of:
- Recommended digital and/or print books (free or low-cost)
- Recommended videos (free online)
- Recommended websites/apps (free or low-cost)
- Recommended physical materials (using what the child already has)
By purchasing this digital download, you will have access to my curated list of online books and videos. Consider purchasing our Themed Coloring Worksheets for Preschool and Early Intervention (BUNDLE) to further reduce planning time. These worksheets can be sent to parents or e-helpers to print for use during your telepractice or distance learning sessions.
I use these lesson plans in my own practice, and they have been a LIFESAVER! Take the stress out of planning telepractice sessions for your preschool or early intervention caseload by purchasing this resource.
Content Creator BioAdrienne Wallace, MBA, M.S., CCC-SLPAdrienne is the owner of Online Speech Services LLC, which provides online communication coaching, speech therapy, and resources for parents and SLPs through direct services and her website, The Interaction Coach. With over 10 years of experience in telepractice, Adrienne created a telepractice blog, Telepractice Tools, and offers consulting, webinars, online courses and materials to help others add telepractice to their service delivery offerings. She has done several presentations at the ASHA Convention on effective telepractice service delivery and has served on the ASHA Convention Telepractice Topic Committee.