Here are 6 activities to support executive functioning skills. Executive function is a set of mental skills that include working memory, flexible thinking, and self-control.
Social skills are the skills we use to communicate and interact with each other, both verbally and non-verbally, through gestures, body language and our personal appearance. Self-Regulation refers to how we handle our emotions and body in tough situations. Here are some ways to promote social skills and self-regulation with examples from the LessonPix Sharing Center.
Easy adaptations to customize popular board games for a variety of therapy targets.
The Sharing center contains a wealth of activities to use for articulation therapy.
Customize card decks for articulation and language.
Lacing Cards are a favorite of both boys and girls in Early Childhood and are a great tool for Fine Motor practice at any age. Make them easily with LessonPix!
Go-To simple card draw games for use in small group speech/language therapy.
Fun frog and fly themed activity to promote articulation and phonological awareness practice.
LessonPix has a variety of templates that anyone can use to create activities that help students develop and improve handwriting skills.
Target OT and Speech with Clothespin Literacy Cards!
Turn your social narratives into social skills comic strips using these template starters in PowerPoint.
Creating your own adorable prepositional images with the Symbol Builder tool.
Therapists can create a custom Memory Game to use for therapy sessions or home practice.
When children show delays, occupational therapists are often the first called in and LessonPix can help.
Quickly and easily create books to target social skills, articulation targets, and language skills.
Engaging tools for Syllable Awareness, Rhyming and Compound Word practice.
Position Pete is one character who teaches positional words. He can be found on over, in, out, or through a box. It's fun and easy to play with prepositions using Pete in cards games, obstacles courses, Bingo, or Simon Says.
Create a variety of index cards for speech and language practice in minutes.
Pronoun Patty is one character who teaches various pronouns. Use patty to teach, practice, and play with different pronouns.
This article provides examples of visual recipes made with a variety of LessonPix templates.
Visual Recipes are easily created using these starter templates in Microsoft Word.
Roll and Say games are versatile, unpredictable and great fun!
Self-help skills, including independence in feeding, toileting, dressing and hygiene tasks are important for individuals of all ages and levels of development. Visual supports can serve as a reminder for the steps in a task, provide individuals with a means of communication during self-care, or provide prompts needed to engage in a task.
Using Story Grammar Guides from our share site for Braidy The StoryBraid Doll
Fun speech and language activity that incorporates fine motor and math.
Speech therapy activities address articulation, fluency, and voice. Here are some examples how LessonPix can help make your speech sessions individualized and powerful.
Use themed egg template for a variety of fun Spring articulation and language activities.
Utilize visuals to support both fine motor and gross motor skills. Difficulties with motor skills impact student in different ways such as overall health, attention, literacy, and self-esteem.
Providing a range of sensory opportunities that can be sensory alerting and/or calming helps individuals regulate the information coming in through their senses. This article takes a look at how LessonPix can help.
Visual perceptual skills encompass a broad set of abilities including visual discrimination, visual memory, closure, and visual-motor coordination. Learn how LessonPix can help support Visual Perceptual Skills.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, therapists and teachers must learn to adapt their methods to virtual settings. Working with students through technology presents completely different sets of challenges.
LessonPix is proud to partner with the UNC Project Core team to provide these Universal Core boards. These communication boards feature the 36 most critical core words that everyone should have access to.