May 19, 2016 4 min read
Yes, I admit it, no prep speech therapy is my ideal! Planning therapy can be a pain. It’s not that I dislike planning ahead. In fact, I am an organized person and like to be prepared in advance. But usually I’m pressed for time at the end of the school year. To actually sit down and think about what I want to use in my sessions with students? Not going to happen. I’ve run out of that space in my schedule because I’m running to last minute eligibility meetings, wrapping up the final evaluations of the year and attending annual IEP meetings.
Imagine not planning therapy for an entire month! Is that even possible? You’ll need no prep speech therapy activities at the end of the school year to survive those last weeks of therapy. I have ten tips for you to have a no prep speech therapy month right when you need it the most:
What do you think of my no prep strategies? I hope that you can use several of them so that you can hit the ground running with way less stress.
Bio: Sarah Wu is a bilingual speech-language pathologist from Chicago, Illinois. She blogs at speechisbeautiful.com