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Use barrier games in speech therapy to target social skills, expressive and receptive language skills, and much more. Barrier games are a fun way to encourage conversation between students. You could even have a child give YOU some directions to follow as you play together!
Allison Fors saved to Barrier Games
Toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary students alike love using games for speech therapy! Lucky for us SLPs we often have a collection of games for speech therapy that we use. Over the years, I have collected a variety of speech therapy games and I have compiled a list of the best games for speech therapy. These games are all quick turn taking games and can be used to get a tonne of trials while targeting a variety of speech therapy goals, such as: articulation, phonology, apraxia of…
Colleen Elizabeth saved to Speech Language Therapy
An awesome list of fun online open-ended games for speech therapy that will keep kids engaged. Includes games for toddlers, preschool and elementary, and a few for older kids too Head over and find some favorites! #speechsprouts #speechtherapygames #teletherapy
If your child struggles with articulation, fluency, voice regulation, understanding and expressing himself through language, or nonverbal autism, these speech therapy activities are a great place to start!
Amanda Marte saved to Speech Lang. Pathology
Low-prep/no-prep articulation activities for kids! Find 12 quick & easy game ideas you can use with your students in speech therapy today!
Games are a great way to motivate your students in therapy. Use these games with articulation and Language decks or with game companions.
Speech Gems saved to SLP Articulation Activities
Articulation Chants for Speech Therapy will help your students better understand how to make their target sounds in a fun and engaging way!
Katie Jones saved to Speech Language Therapy
Free OPEN ENDED DICE REINFORCERS Use these dice games to target any speech and language goal! DIRECTIONS: Print and laminate (or put in sheet protectors) for durability and multiple use with whiteboard markers. Fill in targets on each activity for your student depending on their goals. IDEAS: write in articulation words words to define/conjugate/put in…
Grettafahed saved to Speech therapy activities
I guarantee if you left me alone to wander through a school, I'd end up rummaging through cabinets to see what resources teachers and therapists had stashed away in their closets. Since we live in
Alison Wasson saved to speech therapy