Speech Therapy Halloween Activities
If you are worried about what to do this Halloween season, I have you covered!
I have a range of holiday activities that are both available in print and no-print form. Of course, I prefer “no-print” since it equals “no-prep.”
Halloween Speech and Language Games
1. Halloween Guessing Game
This game is a lot of fun! See how many clues your students need before they can guess the answer!
You can use it to target:
- deductive reasoning
2. Halloween Trivia Game
This is a NEW game that can be used for:
- Fun trivia
- Halloween vocabulary
- Verbal reasoning
3. Interactive Slides
These are fun! After the child answers a question, click on the screen to collect candy. There are games for:
- Why questions
- Categorization/category naming
4. Halloween Puzzles
These are cute!
- I use them for motivation and prepositions (put the piece next to, under, etc…)
- We also finish the puzzle and then work on picture description, WH questions, and vocabulary!
5. Articulation and Language Board Games
These Google Slides board games can be used for a variety of goals. Click on the screen to “roll” the dice and then move the characters around the board to see who wins! I use them to target:
- Vocabulary naming
- Naming categories
6. Halloween Hidden Pictures
These games are fun and motivating. After a student answers a question, click on the screen. Once they answer all the questions, a Halloween scene will be revealed. There are games for:
- Articulation: S and SH
- Language: opposites, fall vocabulary, descriptive phrases, synonyms
- Grammar: pronouns, verbs
7. NEW Scavenger Hunt
NEW WORKSHEET! My kids really like a good scavenger hunt. You can walk around the school, neighborhood, or read a book and find all the objects listed on the worksheet.
8. Halloween Word Search/Articulation Practice
I love a good word search to help with the articulation/phonology connection!
This halloween word search has R and S words. You can target:
- Articulation: R and S
- Language: vocabulary
8. Dot Sheets For All Sounds
My kids LOVE dot sheets, and I easily get SO MUCH practice. I have sheets for all sounds but you can also use them for vocabulary practice as well.
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