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Pick a Present Therapy Activity

Pick a Present Therapy Activity

What’s more fun than a pile of presents? By using this activity, which is fantastic for many different skills and therapy groups, you will certainly get your students’ attention! What to do: Wrap boxes of similar size and shape in the same wrapping paper. Put a number 1, 2, or 3 on the bottom of […]

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December Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

December Themes for Speech and Language Therapy

Using thematic units in your speech and language therapy sessions can make it more fun and interesting for you and your students. They also provide great opportunities to teach vocabulary and topics that you may not otherwise address. There are so many things about December that make it a busy time of year. Let us […]

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Christmas Tree Paper Plate Craft

Paper Plate Christmas Tree

This cute, inexpensive Christmas tree craft can be used in a variety of ways in your therapy sessions, such as ordering by size, sequencing, and following directions.  You can also use it as a reinforcement activity by rewarding students with tree pieces or by letting them add an ornament for each turn. What you need: […]

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“Twelve Days of Speech” Activity with Free Printable

12 Days of Christmas Speech Activity

Get loads of repetitions with this silly song activity that’s based on the Christmas favorite The Twelve Days of Christmas.  Have fun with it in your therapy session and then send home the printed page for even more practice. Fill in the blanks on the free printable with words targeting your students’ sound(s).  You can […]

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Candy Cane Therapy Craft

Candy Cane Therapy Craft

Keep your students motivated this Christmas season with a hands-on reinforcement activity. This quick and easy candy cane craft can be used with any goal and can be enjoyed by students of all ages. What you need: candy cane craft page provided, printed on white cardstock (one page for every three students) red paper or […]

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