Speech and Language Winter Snowball Fight

Raise your hand if you think your students would love to have a snowball fight during school! Why not let them have a speech and language snowball fight? Guaranteed fun for your students, plus an enormous amount of learning. Get the Free Download To Play! So, are you ready to play? Materials Print out of …

Speech and Language Thanksgiving Activity

I know that this time of year, you are most likely slammed with IEPs, progress report, meetings and counting down the days until Thanksgiving break! Therapy planning, especially Thanksgiving themed therapy, is probably the last ‘to do’ on your list, right? So, here is a fun speech and language Thanksgiving activity for you! It addresses …

Taking Therapy Outside: Let’s Chalk!

Warm weather is finally here!  I am so excited because today it’s 81 degrees outside!  For Michigan, this is wonderful considering it was snowing 10 days ago!  Due to the wonderful weather, I was inspired to create some outside therapy fun and link up with The Frenzied SLPs for their ‘Taking Therapy Outside’ link up.  Click …

Common Objects for Uncommon Speech Therapy: Pencil ‘Lead’ Therapy

I am so excited for the first post of my new series, ‘Common Objects for Uncommon Speech Therapy’! To read about this new series, click here.  I hope you and your students enjoy these pencil activities as much as we did!  All you need for each of these activities are pencils, picture cards or task …

Moving Activities for Speech Therapy

It’s starting to get cold outside…well at least it is in Michigan! I love fall, but fall also means that my students are stuck inside for the next five to six months! Using moving activities for speech therapy is essential when they can’t play outside! When students are stuck inside for that long, it’s almost …

Speech Therapy Games: Toss A Sound

Some of my favorite speech therapy games are ones where my students are up and moving! This ‘Toss A Sound’ game is perfect for your students who love to get up and move around! I have used it as an articulation activity, but you can use it in a variety of ways! How To Play Materials …