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February Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

February Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

You’ll LOVE using our themed materials and ideas in your sessions this month! This month we have two great themes. The first half of February our theme will be Valentine’s Day. The second half of the month our theme will be Synonyms. So get ready for Valentine’s Day and add to your SLP toolbox with […]

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Pick a Flower Therapy Activity

Pick a Flower Therapy Activity

This therapy activity brings spring flowers right into your room and freshens up your therapy sessions!  It can be used with any speech or language stimuli words, so you can use it with a variety of students and groups.  What you need: flower pot – Plastic is preferable. craft sticks – Wide ones make writing […]

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Carving a Pumpkin – Without the Mess!

Craft Pumpkin Carving

Ahh, carving a real pumpkin… what a wonderful and awful experience.  I have to admit that it’s a love/hate sort of thing for me.  I love all of the wonderful language skills you can address with this activity such as vocabulary, sequencing, and answering questions. So, what’s to hate?  It’s such a mess!!!  Now before […]

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Valentine Heart Match Ups

Valentine's Day Heart Match Ups

How can you mend a broken heart? Simple! Find the heart halves with words that go together, and “voila”, you’ve saved Valentine’s Day!  Your students can work on synonyms, antonyms, or Valentine words that go together, such as flowers and vase! What you need: Heart shaped papers with word pairs on them, cut in half, […]

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Pocket Chart Memory Game for Speech or Language Therapy

Pocket Chart Memory

Here is a fun twist on a classic memory game that gets the students up and involved. You can play it with a pocket chart, put the cards up on a board held with magnets, or simply lay the cards out on the table. By choosing different picture or word cards and changing the number […]

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Gorgeous Gourds

Gourds

I love the language boost I witness when I bring small, unusual-looking gourds into my therapy sessions this time of year.  No matter how old they are, the students’ curiosity gets the best of them and they can’t help but be engaged.  So what do I do?  I milk it for all it’s worth to […]

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