These speech therapy gifts are perfect for students ages 2-18. Great for any grade level and works to encourage persistence, perseverance, and continued hard work in speech therapy sessions. This end of year gift set includes a certificate with the name of the recipient and the date filled in along with a small printable card.
As the school year comes to a close and children transition from one setting to another, it’s important to pass on kudos for a job well done. As speech-language pathologists, we’ve spent the year working with our students and helping them develop their communication skills. It’s natural that we would want to thank them for all of their hard work.
But what should we give our students to show them how much we care? This can be challenging because of the time of year when they are transitioning out. You might not be able see the student again after this last session, or you may see them only briefly one more time before the summer break.
Here are some ideas for gifts you can give students as they move on. The best part is that many of these items are very affordable, so you can give one to each student in your class! I hope you have found this helpful and will be able to use it with your own students next year.
Giving a gift to your child’s speech therapist is a great way to show your appreciation for the hard work he or she does with your child throughout the year. A gift doesn’t have to be expensive or elaborate. Sometimes, even a simple homemade card can make the speech therapist feel appreciated and acknowledged for all the work he or she does.
The end of the school year is a great time to show your speech therapist how much you appreciate everything they do for your child. Whether you are looking for a special gift for your speech therapist or want to get the whole class together for a group gift, we have put together some ideas to help you find the perfect way to say thanks.
When searching for end of year speech therapy gifts, keep in mind that the child has a lot going on right now. They have just finished up school and will be starting summer break soon. They will be looking forward to summer activities such as swimming or going to camp. It is important that they are able to enjoy these activities without worrying about their speech therapy sessions.
Speech therapy gifts are available in many different styles and designs. There are speech therapy games, puzzles and even books for learning more about the different sounds that are made during speech therapy sessions. These items can help your child learn more about his or her own voice as well as those of others in their life.
The best part about these types of gifts is that they can be personalized with names or initials so each child feels special when receiving them as an end-of-year gift. You can choose between a personalized book bag with their name embroidered or a puzzle with their name on it along with other personalized items such as a pillow.