Finding engaging Speech therapy vocabulary elementary activities can be tricky. Find tips to get older students excited to practice building their vocabularies!
It can seem challenging - but in this post, we will discuss FUN speech therapy vocabulary games to keep sessions exciting for Pre-K - Kindergarten students.
Taboo Game for Speech Therapy: Get expert info on using this classic party game to develop your student's vocabulary.
by Nicola (Texas, USA) The Spot It Card Game is great fun for school aged children and is ideal for training simple vocabulary alongside visual perception and mental processing in Speech Therapy. Number of Players: 2 – 8 Ages: 7+ Target: Teaches basic vocabulary and the cards can be used for simple matching of over 50 symbols, including snowflakes, ladybugs, lighting rods as well as …read more
by Nicola (Texas, USA) The Sequence Board Game for Kids is great fun for preschoolers or young elementary school students. It is a simple strategy game and is an ideal tool for learning animal vocabulary, categorization and for social interaction as you play the game together. Number of Players: 2 – 4 Ages: 4 – 6 Target:Teaches thinking and strategizing. Trains memory, vocabulary and categorizing. The …read more
by Kathryn (ttalking.wpengine.com) Everything you need to know about Scattergories Categories. A great twist on a fun, educational game. Top tips on using Scattergories for Speech Therapy Number of Players 2 + Ages 8+ Target Fantastic fun for vocabulary development. Playing by the rules also develops Literacy skills but can be adapted for younger players. Scattergories is a game typically played with four players. Choose a card, …read more
Have you tried Don't Say It for Speech Therapy? It is great for encouraging school aged kids to get creative with their vocabulary and descriptive language.
The Cranium Game is entertaining and educational for school aged children. It is ideal for furthering vocabulary building, articulation and reading.
by Nicola (Texas, USA) The Blurt Board Game is great educational fun for school-aged children. This game helps with vocabulary building in Speech Therapy. Number of Players:3 to 12 Ages: 7+ Target : Furthers vocabulary. Highly recommended for developing kids language skills in a fun way. The Blurt Board Game is a great game to use in Speech Therapy. I sometimes play the complete game but …read more