When you choose spelling games for speech therapy you want to ensure that you are getting great value educational word games that your will kids love to play!
Finding engaging Speech therapy vocabulary elementary activities can be tricky. Find tips to get older students excited to practice building their vocabularies!
Word on the Street Spelling Game is a fun game for school aged children and is great for learning new vocabulary, spelling and articulation in Speech Therapy.
The Word for Word Phonics Game is great word building fun for kids learning to read. In this post SLPs learn the best ways to use this game with students.
The Zingo Word Building Game is great for developing early reading and vocabulary skills in younger children.
You don't need 'special' speech therapy spelling activities and games: Store-bought children’s spelling games make a great addition to your resources cupboard
Rory’s Story Cubes work well with older kids and those struggling with higher level language or with the transition from spoken language to literacy.
Rory’s Story Cubes Actions are great for Speech Therapy. Just like the original cubes, they do a bit of everything but, with this set, the emphasis is on verbs.
This guide for speech therapy reading activities has ideas for games and challenges your children can do at home, to help develop their language skills.
Speech Therapy Math Activities? In this post parents can learn how to make math fun in ways that don't always happen in the classroom.
Using fun language activities is a focused way to develop your child's communication skills. Find ways to teach these vital skills in daily life.
Using Hedbanz for Speech Therapy is great fun for school-aged kids and is ideal for learning to ask and answer questions.