What's in your Early Intervention Bag?

Are you working with the early intervention population?  If so, be sure to check out my FREE Play-Based Speech Therapy Homework.  Here is a small collection of the toys and games I use when working with the birth-5 population!

Goals to Target: naming body parts, identifying body parts, requesting, producing 2-word phrases (blue shoes, green hat), basic verbs (walk, sleep, jump, hop, dance)

Goals to Target: following commands, identifying vocabulary, matching pictures, naming vocabulary, requesting, animal sounds, categories/sorting

Goals to Target: requesting more/please with words or signs, imitating "ready, set, go!" or "1, 2, 3, go!", producing bilabial sounds (wow, bubble, pop)

Goals to Target: naming vocabulary, identifying vocabulary, simple sentences (I see __), early literacy skills. 

Goals to Target: requesting, identifying animals, commands (Give me the __), naming, making animal sounds, basic concepts (in/out, on/off, etc)

Goals to Target: requesting (more/please), naming (boy/girl/bus/eyes/nose/wheels/door, etc), making environmental sounds ("vroom, beep"), following routine, stop/go, singing with gestures

Goals to Target: identifying colors, basic concepts (up/down, in/out, over/under, etc.), requesting objects to put in/out/under/over

Goals to Target: environmental sounds ("beep, vroom, crash, choo-choo"), stop/go, fast/slow, identifying and naming colors

Since I originally posted this post I had added to my bag quite a bit for my younger kiddos but these are still many of the items I reach for! 






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8 comments

  1. I LOVE, LoVe, LOVE your web-site!!! Just found you thru Pintrest! I am a Teacher of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing for Early Intervention. You are AMAZING! Thank you for all of this wonderful information! Susan from Boston

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  2. Would there be any way that these could be printed out and like put on a ring? Do you have a printable version?

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  3. hi, I agree with the above comment!!! I would love if we could print these out, on a whole page or as individual cards!!! is this an option?

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  4. Hi,

    Nice! you are sharing such helpful and easy to understandable blog in decoration. i have no words for say i just say thanks because it is helpful for me.

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  5. There are so many good ideas here! I use Mr. Potato Head, peg puzzles and play dough mats in my ABA programs with children with autism and in my home coaching programs too! Thanks for the awesome tips!

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