Ahhh, I love the Dollar Store or any place where I can get therapy materials that cheap! What SLP doesn't? And to be honest the kids LOVE the stuff I find there, probably more than the expensive games I have purchased. And lets face it, most SLPs have a tight budget to work with. I am so excited to link up with Kristin from Talkin' with Twang to share some of my dollar store finds and ways I use them.
The Dollar Store has tons of containers. I got these to store edible treats and for a Granny's Candies game that is missing the game board. I have also bought different colored containers which we use to throw balls into and score points or for sorting.
I have found books, window clings, and reinforcement toys. The books shown above are perfect for working on possessives. Window clings make such cute classroom decorations and always get my students talking.
Target's dollar spot has these adorable mini erasers and mailboxes. The erasers make perfect for game pieces. And themed stickers are perfect to use on worksheets or for following directions.
I have also found fidget toys, reinforcements, and toys for my treasure box.
For more great dollar store ideas and finds, head back over to Talkin' with Twang.