Speech and Language Activities – Tic Tac Toe

So many of us – students included – love playing tic tac toe! The best part is that most students already know how to play, the game is fun for all ages and it’s perfect to use in therapy. How to Play Tic Tac Toe in Speech Materials: For the materials, you can download this free …

5 Ways to Use Play-Doh in Speech Therapy

SLP’s rely on a number of tools and toys to motivate their students. Play-Doh is a great motivational tool and is perfect for language and articulation therapy. Here are a few ways in which I use Play-Doh during my speech therapy sessions. Roll the Play-Doh One of the things I like to do with Play-Doh …

Three Ways to Use Jenga In Therapy

As a speech therapist, I rely a lot on games and other creative ways to provide an interactive and engaging environment for my students. Jenga targets a variety of skills and that’s why it is one of my favorites! The only problems is that it can be time consuming to constantly set up and, for …

No Prep, Speech Therapy Coin Toss Activity

No prep speech therapy materials are a must have for me. They are perfect for the days full of evaluations, meetings and paperwork. I particularly love this no prep activity because it’s interactive for the students! Plus, I usually get 100+ sound productions in one session with this activity. Enjoy! Materials:  Crayons/Markers, 1 Quarter, Free Download, …

Use Cotton Balls To Engage Your Students During Winter Speech Therapy Sessions

So many of us have used cotton balls for winter crafts. Lately, I have been using this hygiene product to engage my students during my winter speech therapy sessions! My favorite part about this speech therapy ‘material’…it’s super cheap! Here are two of the cotton ball games which have truly helped my students stay engaged …

5 Ways to Use The Hallway in Speech Therapy

The time it takes to walk to and from the speech therapy room can take away from our actual therapy time with students. While in the hallway, students are exposed to people, images, directions and more. As an SLP, I consider that time in the hallway additional therapy time. It’s a wonderful time for students …