I’ve been working with preschoolers who are brought in to me for speech therapy for over a year now. When they arrive to my room we always play first, and then end our sessions with play. So, with an average of 60 kids on my caseload, I’ve seen a LOT of play! What I have found during this play time is that my students gravitate to a few of my toys most often. While you may not have all of these toys available, you may have something similar that would engage your preschoolers too.
Here is my list of 5 tried and true toys for preschool speech therapy:
You can see how I organize my room and toys in this post: How I Structure My Preschool Speech and Language Room