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 …

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 …

No Print Speech and Language Activities Tutorial

Have you ever heard of no print speech and language activities? Have you ever wanted to try one, but were too nervous to buy it before you tried it? Then, this post is for you! What Are They? First of all, no print speech and language activities are PDFs that are usually interactive and can be …

Speech and Language Flash Card Activities

Are you tired of playing the same old speech therapy games with the same old flash cards? I know that I have played Go Fish and Memory more times than I can count! Well, I finally decided that I could not hear, ‘I have a match’ or ‘Go Fish’ one more time!  So, I came up with a …

Life Size Board Games

It’s Friday  which means it’s time to post about a fun activity to use during speech therapy!  Today’s activity topic is life size board games…doesn’t that sound like fun? Materials:  – Paper plates (round, square, small, big, anything will work)  – Picture cards or question list – Picture cards can be anything from articulation cards to pronoun cards.  You can …