Speech Therapy Games
Speech and language therapy activities and printables materials that include games, game boards, and stimulus cards
Work this guessing game into your sessions to address vocabulary and reasoning skills. Students try to figure out the beach related words with as few clues as possible in order to score the most points. A game board is provided, but the game can be played with just the clue cards if desired. Included are instructions, 24 clue cards, 24 picture cards, and a game board.
Bring the fun of the beach to your therapy session while reinforcing higher level vocabulary terms with this bingo game. These are terms that may also be found in your students science lessons (e.g., crustacean, submerge, reef). Six bingo boards and a page of calling cards are included.
These updated fall vocabulary cards are a great way to practice matching the vocabulary words to their definitions. These mid-level words are the same ones used in the level 2 fall bingo game and the level 2 fall vocabulary worksheets, which can be used as pretests and/or post-tests. Game ideas and instructions, 24 word cards, and 24 definition cards are included.
Bingo games are a fun way to help keep students engaged while learning vocabulary. These bingo boards and calling cards focus on mid-level fall vocabulary words. The calling cards have the definitions for the words that are listed on the boards. After you say the definition, the students try to find the vocabulary word that fits it. Once one student finds it and says it, everyone can mark the word on his/her board.
What's a pirate's favorite letter? "R" of course! For your students working on R sounds, these might end up being their favorite game boards too! Have them take the path from the map to the treasure chest by following the target sound pictures. There are three separate game boards that focus on initial /r/, medial /r/, and vocalic /r/ pictures and words. Grab these no-prep game boards in color or black and white versions today!
These sound-focused game boards feature pictures and words, so they can be used with readers and non-readers alike! With pirate, martian, and race themes, your students will be engaged and ready to practice their productions of the "sh" sound in words. There is a game board for each word position (initial, medial, and final "sh"). Print them out for use in your sessions or send them home for extra practice. They are available in color and black and white.