Fortune Tellers

Remember these?! They are such a fun way to engage client in carious challenges, questions, interventions, and more. This download includes a template, a classic, music, and art fortune teller that are easy to print and easy to use!Click the image to download the PDF!


Catching Thoughts

Want a fun balloon game to support mindfulness, thought-stopping, cognitive challenging, and more with kids? This is it! Based off of the book called “Catching Thoughts”, this intervention gives you several ideas on how to expand the book through games! Click the image to download the PDF!


House Of Danger

Looking for a spooky halloween themed activity or intervention for teens and tweens? This game is a great way to practice thought-stopping, cognitive reframing, and more for clients who struggle with anxiety, worry, and fear. Expansion ideas include music, art, and more! Click the image to download the PDF!


Creepy Crawlies

Looking for a fun halloween themed activity or intervention? This is a fun craft using recycled materials! By creating spiders and bugs, you can help your clients identify hard thoughts and learn how to squash them! Expansion ideas include art, music, and games! Click the image to download the PDF!


Color My Brain

Help your clients create the thoughts, feelings, and emotions in their brain! This intervention will give you a bunch of ideas on how to support clients with self-awareness and identify targeted areas of growth. Expansion ideas include art, music, poetry and more! Click the image to download the PDF!


The Worry Bug

This super cute bug-themed intervention will get your kids thinking outside of the box! using egg cartons and other crafty things, these creative bugs will help you externalize things like worry, anxiety, and more that your kids might be feeling! Expansion ideas included! Click the image to download the PDF!


Mindfulness Cards

Mindfulness is an incredible tool to help support anxiety, reduce stress, and improve coping skills. These cards are an easy way to integrate mindfulness practice into your work with children and teens as a check-in or as a routine end to your session! Click the image to download the PDF!


Postcard Visuals

Get creative with these easy printable postcard templates! I like to use this in individual or group therapy sessions for kids and teens. They can write a letter to themselves, create artwork, write a poem and actually send it in the mail if they’d like! Click the image to download the PDF!


Teen Goal Bank Visuals

Ever get stuck with teens in therapy? This set of visuals is all about goal setting! Not only does it help them get an idea of what they want to work on in therapy, but they get to be a co-creator of the therapeutic experience and you get more support for treatment goals! Win-Win-Win!! Click the image to download the PDF!


Group Therapy Ideas!

Need some ideas for group therapy for older kids, tweens, teens, and even adults? This list is a great place to start! With over 15 creative ideas, you’ll get some inspiration for ideas that are adaptable, creative, and fun for your groups! Click the image to download the PDF!


Strengths Exploration

Support self-esteem and problem solving skills by using a strengths exploration! Whether you are using sandtray, superheros, manga, anime, music, or another expressive modality, these cards and intervention ideas will keep the ideas and conversation flowing! Click the image to download the PDF!


Strength Visual Cards

Strengths exploration is one of my favorite interventions to use with children, teens, and adults. So many of our clients struggle with self-esteem and we can do wonders with exploring individual strengths — these cards will help you do just that! Click the image to download the PDF!


My Monster and Me

Externalize big emotions with this download full of creative arts ideas based off of the book, “My Monster and Me”. Use books, crafts, dance, songwriting, and more coping skills to support big emotions! Monster cut-outs and coping skill visual included!Click the image to download the PDF!


Coping Skill Visual

Need a reminder for kids for all of the coping skills they can use? This free download is for you! Practice these skills ahead of time with kids and even read through the book “My Monster and Me” for them to understand how to handle big emotions! Click the image to download the PDF!


Five Little Fishies

This adorable fingerplay is a great intervention to support mindfulness, coping skills, and emotional awareness – while having  fun!!This download comes with a powerpoint, printed visuals, and expansion ideas! Click the image to download the PDF!


Five Little Fishies Animated Slideshow!

This animated powerpoint goes along with the Five Little Fishies Intervention. Use it on it’s own or expand your ideas to include emotions, mindfulness, and coping skills! Click the image to download the Keynote Presentation and click here to download the Powerpoint version!


Tell Me A Story…

Using visual storytelling prompts (over 90 prompts!), this intervention idea is full of creative ways to expand storytelling using art, songwriting, sandtray, and more! Get ideas on how to structure storytelling and how to create them therapeutically in your sessions! Click the image to download the PDF!


Storytelling Prompts!

Over 90 storytelling prompts using words, pictures, and symbols! Creating stories can be such a powerful tool in therapy. Storytelling can help us recognize power emotions, find solutions to problems, and practice skills! These quick and easy storytelling prompts can support your clients in so many ways! Click the image to download the PDF! Click the image to download the PDF!


The Day You Begin

This download includes lyric and chord sheets along with treasure map visuals! With expansion ideas using This book is a fantastic resource for discussing race, ethnicity, disability, gender, inclusivity, and more. Inspired by a poem, the author creates a beautiful story that lands on the empowerment of TELLING YOUR STORY. The intervention includes songwriting, art, and other creative expansion ideas! Click the image to download the PDF!


A Pirate’s Life (Updated!)

This download includes lyric and chord sheets along with treasure map visuals! With expansion ideas using music, art, sandtray, and more – you’ll be able to use this intervention to support and assess creativity, mindfulness, communication. Click the image to download the PDF!


Treasure Map Visuals

Treasure!! These maps can be so fun to implement with kiddos and are a great opportunity for creative expression. Three different maps give you the flexibility to adapt this to the child as needed! Click the image to download the PDF!


Feelings Cards!

A classic visual aide! I’ve always been frustrated that feeling cards don’t include the body since this is such an importantpart of emotional awareness. These visuals include full body images of a variety of emotions! Click the image to download the PDF!


Dynamic Visuals

Need visuals to support dynamics, tempo, and other elements? These visuals are a simple way to add some fun to what you are already doing in sessions! Visual supports can be so helpful for multi-sensory learning! Click the image to download the PDF!


I Spy Mindfulness Intervention

A simple game that can be used in so many different ways to support mindfulness! With expansion ideas that utilize art, music, sandtray, and stories, you will have tons of ways to adapt this game! Click the image to download the PDF!


Creative 54321 Grounding Intervention

Need ideas on how to expand this simple coping skill? Take a look at the sensory expansion ideas including art, sandtray, and sensory bins. Comes with a downloadable visual! Click the image to download the PDF!


Walkin’ Through The Forest!

This is such a fun activity with loads of expansion ides! Includes art, movement, nature crafts, animals masks, and more! This is a kid-favorite! Click the image to download the PDF!


Woodland Animal Masks!!

Using woodland animals in your sessions? These are great to have on hand to print! Print them out, let kiddos turn them into their own creation, and let kids take them home or keep them in the office! Click the image to download the PDF!


Do-Re-Mi Visuals

Who doesn’t need a great set of visuals for learning solfege? Simple cues to support multi-sensory learning and that can be used to create songs themselves! Create multiple sets, mix them up on the floor, and try to sing them! Click the image to download the PDF!


Pop Pop!

Birds, snakes, fish, turtles, platypus – what do they all have in common? They come from eggs! This intervention is focused on using egg shakers and getting into some fun pretend play! The download includes expansion ideas, visual animals cards, and animated powerpoint slides! Click the image to download the PDF!


Who’s That Hatching!?

Birds, snakes, fish, turtles, platypus – what do they all have in common? They come from eggs! This intervention is focused on using egg shakers and getting into some fun pretend play! The download includes expansion ideas, visual animals cards, and animated powerpoint slides! Click the image to download the PDF!


Movement Card Visuals!

A set of visuals that can support all learners! These visuals give you the ability to visually support children with various dance and movement opportunities in your sessions. They can also help children when coming up with their own creative movements! Click the image to download the PDF!


Body ID Visual Cards!

These are simple visuals to have on you at all times! These are a great way to support all learners with body identification, to use with movement cuing, and when giving options for creative dance in your sessions! Click the image to download the PDF!


54321 Visual!

A simple visual to support children with using a grounding coping skill. This can be laminated and put in your therapy space or given to a child/teen to have in their preferred space. A wonderful support for anxiety and stress! Click the image to download the PDF!


Thunder Boom!

Updated version with more expansion ideas! A fun, easy body percussion song for all learners! The download comes with sheet music, adaptation suggestions, and tons of expansion ideas for using art, books, movement, and other sensory activities! Click the image to download the PDF!


Superhero Visuals!

Who doesn’t love outer space?! This is a super fun intervention that includes a chords and lyrics. It includes visuals as well as an animated slideshow. Expansion ideas include art, yoga, movement, and more! Click the image to download the PDF!


Planet Race!

Who doesn’t love outer space?! This is a super fun intervention that includes a chords and lyrics. It includes visuals as well as an animated slideshow too! Expansion ideas include art, yoga, movement, and more! Click the image to download the PDF!


Whacky Weather!

This was another song that was born out of Stephanie’s (from Music For Kiddos) songwriting challenge! This one is a simple chant/rhythmic piece about whacky weather. Expansion ideas include sensory experiences, movement, and art. Also included are a video, visuals, and adaptation ides! Click the image to download the PDF!


ABC’s Visuals

A simple visual for supporting verbal skills, communication skills, academic concepts, and more. I love the flexibility of having letter visuals — you can even use these to cue notes, chords, and more! Click the image to download the PDF!


Weather Visuals

A simple weather related visual to support academic skills and more! Use them to support instrument playing during all seasons or even in between seasons during whacky weather! Click the image to download the PDF!


Take The Wheel!

This is such a fun intervention that came from a community brainstorm. A great way to support emotional skill development while using art, yoga , movement, games, and more! Includes visual “wheel” for adaptations and transportation signs! Click the image to download the PDF!


Summer Sensory Intervention

Need some summer ideas? This intervention includes a variety of song choices to use in your music therapy interventions for all learners. Using a sensory box, this intervention can support sensory-grounding, exploration, communication, social, and emotional skill development. It comes with 12 adorable ocean animal cards and a page full of creative expansion ideas using movement, art, dance, and more! Click the image to download the PDF!


Musical Jenga!

Can you tell that I love Jenga? This download includes updated musical prompts to create a musical Jenga game! Included in the download are a variety of expansion ideas including stories, play, poems, and songwriting prompts! Click the image to download the PDF!


The Middle

This pop tune is super adaptable and can be used with kiddos, tweens, and teens! The download includes ideas on using this as a movement song, but also includes visual cards and expansion ideas such as art, movement, discussion prompts, and game ideas! Click the image to download the PDF!


In An Airplane

This is such a fun kids song! This song is from Storybots and is so catchy — I totally get why kiddos are in love with it! This download includes a visual where you can play a “Where’s Waldo” type of game by singing different objects/locations like they do in the song. Also included are expansion ideas for movement, yoga, art, and more! Click the image to download the PDF!


Little Wheel

A sweet African-American spiritual that is super adaptable and so much fun to sing all year round, but especially during Valentines Day! Click the image to download the PDF!


Big Bear Hug!

A fantastic song to help build the relationship between caregiver and child! It’s fun, gives opportunities for the child to advocate, and helps caregivers support their child’s self-advocacy! Click the image to download the PDF and watch the implementation video here!


Everything is (not always) awesome!!!!!

I love this song and was inspired by this song after reading a post from Wholesome Harmonies. However, I wanted to add the opportunity for clients to say the things that aren’t awesome as well because saying those things out loud is incredibly powerful and cathartic! Click the image to download the Keynote presentation, click here for a Powerpoint version, or click here for the PDF version!


December Intervention Spotlight!

Lost the email? Here is the spotlight from December where we talk about voiceless interventions and “What Instrument is that?!” (which is located below this download!). Click the image to download the PDF!


What Instrument Is That?!

A really fun game to play with one or more kiddos. You can work on impulse control, turn-taking, listening skills, and especially the relationships in the room! Click the image to download the PDF!


Set of 15 Different Roll-A Stories Bundle

Get all 15 of the roll-a-stories that is in our shop! Free for you since you are part of the community! This includes themes such as : winter, spring, summer, fall, sports, music, art, jungle, camping, ocean, superhero, fantasy, realistic, and adventure. Click the image to download the Pdf!


November Intervention Spotlight!

Our November resource email! This download has suggestions that went out to our email, but is available here for easy access as well. Click the image to download the PDF!


Scarecrow, Scarecrow

A simple movement song for Fall! I also use this song when doing any type of farm theme. It’s super simple and yet super adaptable. You can work on 1-2 step direction following, imitation, movement, attention, and many other goals using this song. Click the image to download the PDF!


Roll-A-Stories

Roll-A-Stories are a blast! This dice-based intervention is really fun for creating stories and using imagination! These stories include three download and cover themes such as fantasy, adventure, and realistic. Click the image to download the PDF!


October Intervention Spotlight!

This download includes our October spotlight interventions, additional ideas, and it includes the visuals needed for each of the interventions listed (Songwriting Jenga, Dynamic Jenga, and Roll-A-Story visuals!). Click the image to download the PDF!


Time To Say Hello Song Chords/Implementation Ideas

A fun and VERY adaptable hello song! The best part– this includes so many adaptations to make it more creative, supportive, and clients can add their own verses! Click the image for the PDF download and check out the YouTube video that goes along with the download here!


Ocean Song, Chords, and Implementation Ideas

Downloadable PDF file of various ocean animals! One of my favorites for summer, the slides with the shark, and crab are always the kid’s favorite. Click the image for the PDF download and get the accompanying chords, implementation, and adaptations here!


Songwriting Jenga and Check-In Dynamic Jenga Questions

A double whammy! Two giant lists of questions to utilize with the game Jenga. A songwriting-specific Jenga game and a Jenga game with dynamic questions that never get old (and dig pretty deep!). Click the image to download the file!


Little Leaves Intervention Idea

A perfect song for fall! I was inspired to create this intervention because of a poem that a teacher had shared when I was working in school districts. It’s incredibly adaptable and can be used to support a variety of skills including fine/gross motor, communication, and especially social. My favorite thing is to use with the parachute in a group– so much interaction and engagement! Click the image to download the file!


Chop Chop PDF!

A downloadable PDF that I like to use with a fun chant called “Chop Chop”. The chant is simple and you can view the link to that Youtube video here. Click the PDF to download the visual!


A Pirate’s Life Song and Intervention Idea!

I seriously LOVE this song. My friend Stephanie, over at Music For Kiddos does a songwriting challenge once in a while and this was the product of doing that challenge– I am also a huge fan of sea shanties, so no surprise here! Click the image to download the chords and check out the video here!


Oviparous Animals Animated Presentation and Intervention Idea!

So I LOVE using animated visuals. With children, this is incredibly exciting, rewarding, and most of all, silly! This intervention is a great example of that! I use Keynote on my iPad/Mac to create these, but there is also a link to download it as a Powerpoint visual here. Some of the animations don’t cross over, but that is a great challenge to experiment with! Click the image to download the Keynote presentation, click here for the Powerpoint version, and check out the accompanying video here!


“The Bear Snores On”

Using books in the therapy room is one of my favorite go-to’s for children, especially for children who are a little unsure of where to begin in a child-led therapy room. This book is my all-time favorite and there are so many adaptations to using it! Click the image to see the youtube video and get some cozy ideas!


Halloween Creative Ideas With Books!

Did I mention I love using books in therapy? 😂 Check out this video to see how I use two of my favorite Halloween books in session and how I build upon those books by extending the intervention into creating “worry monsters”. Click the image to see the youtube video!


Frogs Animated Presentation

A classic! I don’t always use pre-written songs in my sessions, but I have found them really helpful when working with families since parents and caregivers are really familiar with these songs. Using an animated visual is a fun way to maintain engagement and encourage bonding between child and adult! I like to send these to adults too so that they have access to the intervention and can use it at home with the child outside of the sessions. Click the image to download the Keynote Presentation file, or click here to download the Powerpoint version.


Ducks Animated Presentation

Another classic! I don’t always use pre-written songs in my sessions, but I have found them really helpful when working with families since parents and caregivers are really familiar with these songs. Using an animated visual is a fun way to maintain engagement and encourage bonding between child and adult! I like to send these to adults too so that they have access to the intervention and can use it at home with the child outside of the sessions. Click the image to download the Keynote Presentation file, or click here to download the Powerpoint version.