Check out these Teletherapy Activities for your next virtual therapy session! This list is full of low-prep, low-maintenance ideas that will help you target all kinds of developmental skills with your clients.
50+ Low Prep Teletherapy Activities for Kids
Click on the links and read through each post to get an idea of whether the activity will be a fit for your student/client.
Then, scroll to the end of the post until you see the section entitled “For Virtual Sessions”. Here, you’ll find basic instructions on how to facilitate the activities during your next teletherapy session.
And don’t miss our Virtual Therapy pack! This resource is full of more than 60 fun, engaging, colorful interactive activities for your teletherapy practice!
What Adaptations/Supplies are Needed?
For many of the activities, hardly any adaptations are needed, aside from asking caregivers to have certain (very basic) materials on hand for the session. For others, you may want to download the PDF that’s included in the post to screen share or print.
A few of the posts also include interactive online spinners or interactive Google Slides for the student/client to use during the session. Depending on which platform you’re using, some of the drawing activities can be completed using the “Annotate” or “Draw” feature, where the child can draw on the screen.
Fall Themed Teletherapy Activities
Winter Themed Teletherapy Activities
Anytime Teletheraapy Activities
We’d love to hear from you about which activities you’ve tried in your teletherapy practice! Which ones were the most successful? What other creative adaptations did you create? Leave us a comment below!
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