Goals for Early Intervention (EI) and Preschool/Pre-K

In the past, we have released several goal banks, including our AAC MASTER GOAL BANK and our SCHOOL-AGED SPEECH THERAPY MASTER GOAL BANK (bundle also available).

We know that a good portion of our readers service EI/preschool populations, which is why we just released our EI and Preschool/Pre-K goal bank with resources! 60+ pages of comprehensive content!

What Areas are Included?

What you get with Early Intervention and Preschool/PreK Speech Therapy Goal Bank and Resources:

  • Information about Early Intervention, speech and language milestones, a speech sound acquisition chart, and a play skills infographic.
  • Over THOUSANDS of possible goal combinations for all areas of speech therapy for this population

What else is included:

Receptive & expressive goals:

  • Articulation/Phonology/Apraxia
  • Phonological awareness
  • Morphology/syntax
  • Semantics
  • Sequencing
  • WH- questions
  • Emotions/feelings
  • Directions
  • Auditory stimulation

Pragmatic language goals:

  • Body orientation
  • Joint attention
  • Conversation skills
  • Following routines
  • Following rules

Play skills goals:

  • Exploratory play
  • Relational play
  • Functional play
  • Symbolic play
  • Games/toys

Pre-literacy skills:

  • Book/media specific
  • Narratives

Oral strengthening/feeding:

  • Stimulation
  • Strengthening/control
  • Chewing, drinking, and swallowing
  • Pacing
  • Sensory
  • Other

BONUS Fluency goals page

  • Links to additional (free) goal banks (articulation, AAC, cluttering, executive functions, expressive language, fluency, phonological awareness, play skills, pragmatic language, receptive language, self-determination, and voice) with helpful articles for goal writing!
  • Goal writing tips

Our goal for this resource is to make the lives of our community members EASIER and circulate content that is thourough and evidence-based.

We welcome feedback or questions to to hello@communicationcommunity.com!

Happy writing!

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