The winter season is a great time to plan out your speech therapy activities. The holidays are in full swing and the weather outside is frightful, so there’s no better way to celebrate this joyous season than with holiday-themed speech therapy activities! There’s a variety of winter speech therapy resources that can be used to target multiple goals and skills. Here are some of our favorite winter speech therapy ideas.
Books are a wonderful resource for speech therapy activities. They allow the clinician the opportunity to read along with the client and have meaningful discussions about what is taking place in the story. We love using books for articulation practice because it allows us to read the same book over and over again, practicing different sounds throughout the story. Books are also a great resource for language development. They allow you to pause at key points in the story and discuss characters’ feelings, point out noun/verb/adjective use, as well as develop inferencing skills by asking questions about details in the story that are not explicitly stated.
Speech therapists use books to engage children in speech therapy. Books offer an opportunity to practice sounding out words, articulating, and reading. Reading also increases language skills and vocabulary.
When we think of the winter season, we often think of snow days and hot cocoa, but there are also plenty of great books to get you through the cold weather as well. Books are a wonderful tool that can help you with speech therapy, no matter what your age.
When winter comes, it’s a great time to take a break from the heat of your speech therapy sessions and sit down to read some new books. This season brings many holidays and lots of joy with it, along with some risks—the cold can make us all feel a little down, and spending too much time on our phones and tablets can be exhausting.
Winter is a great time for children to explore their language skills, but the lack of sun and the cold temperatures can make it hard for some to feel inspired. To help you engage your kids in speech therapy during the winter months, we’ve put together a list of our favorite winter books that help children learn while they’re having fun.
Winter is well underway, and your speech therapy patients are probably craving a little more than a trip to the slopes or a walk in the cold to keep them entertained. Thankfully, there are tons of great books that can provide your students with entertainment while also helping them practice their communication skills.
Whether you’re looking for a book to read aloud to your younger students or a book that will help older students work out their reading skills, we’ve got you covered.
The best toys for speech therapy are ones that encourage kids to use their mouths to make sounds. Speech therapy is an important tool for helping children learn to speak clearly, and it can be challenging to keep them engaged in the process. The toys listed below will be both fun and helpful for your child’s speech development and therapy.