Low-Tech Speech Therapy

Here are some of my go-to (super cheap) activities when I’m not feeling all creative, Speech Lady Liz- like.I get white, paper lunch sacks and the kids decorate their own. I put cards in the bag that target each child’s articulation goal. The student rolls the dice and they have to say the word that many times. Such an easy game that often gets requested by the kids.also use this for my language kids. I put in verb cards and they have to put the word in a sentence, tell me the past, present, future tense or whatever their particular goal is.1.Tell me all about the picture and then we roll the dice and their classmates have to answer the who, what, where, when questions or…
2.I roll the dice and the student answers the who, what, where, when questions. I write the answers on the board and then we figure out how to put all the information in 1-2 sentences so it’s cohesive and listeners can understand what they are talking about.

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Low-Tech Speech Therapy