5 Ways to Use Task Boxes in Speech Therapy

Jan 24, 2024

#1: Store Game Pieces

No more missing game pieces! Most games for preschoolers come with small parts that can fall out of the box and get lost all together. I love throwing game pieces in the task box, grabbing the speech therapy game and going into my session!

#2: Store Visuals

A go-to set of visuals is a must for any Speech-Language Pathologist. This way they don't get crumpled and have stayed in great shape over the years. 

#3: Store Mini Objects

You can store your mini objects by theme or by speech sound in these handy boxes. We get our minis from Speech Tree Co., Amazon, Michaels, and Dollar Stores.

#4: Store Artic Cards

It is SO handy to have all your cards in one place and ready to grab for any session. This is a must (in my opinion) for travelling therapists, so you can just grab the articulation cards for speech therapy that you need. 

#5: Create Mini Sensory Bins

This is our favourite way to use these mini boxes! Kids LOVE small things! Pre-creating some mini sensory bins to easily-grab and go make therapy planning a breeze! We have an entire module dedicated to how to use sensory bins in our Ultimate Play Based Speech Therapy Course!

Needing more ideas on how to organize your materials and make your session planning a breeze? Not only do we cover a lot of different toys, games, and everyday items you can use to target a variety of goals in our Play Based Speech Therapy Course but we also have an entire module on ORGANIZATION! Not only will this give new ideas on toys or games you already own but it will change the way you see these items when prepping and planning for your very own sessions! 

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