Tag Archives: summer speech activities

Prepping Students for the End of the School Year

Another school year is coming to an end. As you reach the last few days of class, it’s easy to become distracted by both the excitement of summer right around the corner and the exhaustion that is setting in from a busy school year. We have come up with some great classroom activities to engage you and your students before summer arrives! Read More »

Sunny Summer Days

summer speech activitiesNot every day of summer will have perfect weather. On those days when the sun may not be out, bring the sunny day features of the beach and more into your sessions.  Bring surf, sun, and summer fun inside to focus around a theme while skill building for speech and language. Read More »

Chalk it Up for Speech Time

summer-speech-activities-freeWhile the weather is cooperating, take speech sessions outside for a new and fun twist. Children love moving their bodies, so introduce some gross motor activities using chalk. Chalk is inexpensive, and the sky is the limit on the type of learning games that you can make up for the needs of your students. Read More »

A Day at the Beach

Beach Speech TherapySummer days at the beach are not always possible for children. Take some time and bring beach items to your sessions. Ask families where they are originally from. Some may be from beach areas or warm climate regions where they can assist you with some special items to use during these activities. Read More »

Time to Make Slime as a Speech Therapy Teaching Tool

Children adore making things not only that they can eat, but that they can use. While baking during a short therapy time may not be possible, making something else certainly can be done. Why not think outside of the box and make some slime for summer time fun. Slime can be made inside a classroom, or outside at a picnic table. Read More »

Pack a Picnic Full of Fun

The summer means time outside and often going on a picnic. If the weather permits, pack up your speech-language sessions and head outside for a picnic. A small change in the environment can make typical tasks more exciting. Read More »