The holidays are nearly here, so I wanted to share some fun Christmas speech therapy activities we’ve been up to in my speech and language therapy room! I’ve got TONS of therapy ideas for you, so make sure to keep reading and pin this post for later!
This is certainly the most wonderful time of the year. I’m hoping that you joined us for our #slpchristmashop and downloaded all of your free Christmas Speech Therapy Activities! Make sure to follow me on Instagram (@thepedispeechie) so you don’t miss out on any future giveaways!
My students have really enjoyed these following directions cards all month! For extra fun, I created a gingerbread man out of construction paper. We smashed dough to create “buttons” after following each instruction. You’ll love these themed cards, which target a variety of embedded concepts, and are also available in the following directions holiday bundle.
Next, we have had SO much fun working on conversational turn taking skills with my new Turn Taking and Topic Maintenance packet!
Without a doubt, this packet will get your students talking!
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! My students had so much fun with this interactive reindeer packet, which targeted goals such as answering WH-questions and following directions.
Make a fun “snowball toss” game using a white lunch bag, construction paper, cotton balls, and a pipe cleaner. I cut the bag in half, then glued on a snowman head and pipe cleaner “stick” arms. Make sure to tape it to the table, because he does get a little top heavy if not! Use this as a reinforcer for a variety of goals. My students LOVED this easy to create and inexpensive activity!
If you have a magnetic wand and chips, make a construction paper wreath and spread the chips all over it for a very simple- but motivating- way to get your students participating!
I also have the following packets available in my store which have a Christmas or winter theme:
I need to leave you with a funny quote- but one that is oh so true, at least for me!
Happy Holidays, and I hope you enjoyed this post on Christmas Speech Therapy Activities! Until next time,