Pet-Themed Virtual Therapy Room

Here’s March’s pet-themed virtual therapy room! Visit it to see the webcams, apps, videos, and websites I’m using this month. Here’s a link to my folder of themed virtual therapy rooms (so you can download and edit a room to make it your own). You can find my other themed virtual therapy rooms here.

Hot Cocoa Sensory Bin

For my self-care sensory bin I wanted to use the hot cocoa breaths exercise as inspiration. I had a heck of a time putting this one together. I’d planned to use chocolate-scented kinetic sand, but I couldn’t find any sold individually! So I took the chocolate-scented sand out of my sensory box for November. Then …

Zones Check-In

I love the Zones of Regulation. Through it, Michelle Garcia Winner and her colleagues incorporate all the things I’ve learned about sensory processing, emotion regulation, and self-care. I can’t recommend the Zones curriculum highly enough for all SLPs or, really, anyone working with children. I found when using the tools from this book I needed …

WhatsItsFace Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐__

I recently ran into a problem: the toddlers I’m working with needed a toy that could help them learn to label emotions. Interestingly, our research is showing that it’s easier for children to label others’ emotions than it is for them to label their own so I start with kids labeling the emotions of others. …

Snow Sensory Bin

For my snow-themed sensory bin I got white tinsel pom-poms and added the cold-weather animals from my Terra by Battat ocean animal set (the artic animal Toob from Safari Limited could work, too). You can find the rest of my themed sensory bins here.

Snow-Themed Virtual Therapy Room

Here’s January’s snow-themed virtual therapy room! Visit it to see the webcams, apps, videos, and websites I’m using this month. Here’s a link to my folder of themed virtual therapy rooms (so you can download and edit a room to make it your own). You can find my other themed virtual therapy rooms here.

Holiday-Themed Sensory Bin

For my holiday-themed sensory bin I bought this foam gingerbread house. I put velcro on the back of the sticky pieces and put velcro onto their corresponding spots on the house. A hole punch worked perfectly to get the right sized velcro pieces for the smallest decorations. I then put all the house pieces into …