Ring in the holidays by remixing your normal speech therapy routine with seasonal ideas on Pinterest for SLPs! From winter bulletin board décor to stocking inspired phonology exercises, here are our top picks for holly, jolly speech-language therapy fun!
Bubble blowing fun! All you have to do is cover the table top with white paper, add a little color dye and you’re good to “blow!” Once the paper is dry, it’s wrapping time. This SLP activity by In Lieu of Preschool is affordable and tons of fun!
Embrace the snow outside with this articulation exercise! First, you’ll need to grab the following supplies:
Start by asking your student to pronounce what is on each stick, inside of each circle. Reward them for each correct object said by adding a ball of “snow” with a dot of liquid glue. Show-off your students’ success by hanging all of the snowman along your classroom windows and/or walls! Do you want more information? Click here for step-by-step directions created by Activity Tailor.
Speech is Snow Much Fun Bulletin Board
Deck out your classroom in seasonal cheer with these awesome holiday-inspired bulletin board ideas!
Feed Santa Cookies – Articulation Exercise
This is a fun and effective activity with very little prep! This link will provide you with everything you need. This is an interactive activity that allows your students to articulate several different speech sounds.