Speech Therapy Games and Activities

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This week we are talking about resources for doing speech therapy at home. I am exploring the different speech therapy resources available to help my son Malachi.

We have also talked about iPad apps for speech therapy and printables for speech therapy.

My kids love it when I play games and activities with them. I love it when I can sneak a learning activity in without them realizing that they are “doing school.”

I found some great ideas for speech and languages games and activities on these sites:

What are your favorite games and activities to use with your children (for speech or other learning activities)? 

Activities For Boys

Living in a house full of boys (who are bored with summer) led me to brainstorm some ideas about what to do with them.

  1. take apart a broken stereo
  2. take apart a broken blender
  3. take apart a broken toaster
  4. make a bird house
  5. learn to use a sewing machine and make a pillowcase
  6. plastic and wood models
  7. create a homemade board game
  8. make a treasure chest and fill it with treasure
  9. create something with paper mache
  10. sidewalk chalk
  11. build a fort
  12. learn the art of knot tying
  13. blow bubbles
  14. do a jigsaw puzzle
  15. play tag
  16. play hide and seek
  17. clothes pins in the bottle (or variation of)
  18. make paper airplanes
  19. make a periscope
  20. build a kite

If you are still stuck for ideas, check out this list of traditional children’s games to play.

Do you have any ideas to add to my list? Please leave a note in the comments.

Chemistry Class ~ Exploring The Elements


Chemistry Class ~ Exploring The Elements

This fun new download to help your children learn more about the periodic table.

If you are studying the periodic table this download will add some fun to your lessons.

This set includes a complete set of period table cards, question cards, one sample card, and a brand new game board.


(This download has been corrected and includes the game board! And it has been corrected again to fix the spelling error in Technetium!)

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