These activities are a fun and easy way to incorporate seasonal themes and basic concepts into speech therapy and homework. You can also print these activities on the back of my 12 Monthly Newsletters to promote speech and language development at home.
Twelve monthly activities are provided, one for each month of the year. Each activity targets speech and language skills, vocabulary, and basic concepts.
-September: sorting school supplies
-October: labeling pumpkins’ emotions
-November: telling and understanding fall jokes
-December: matching winter objects and their shapes
-January: sorting clothing
-February: following directions with prepositions
-March: following directions with superlatives and making a puzzle
-April: drawing weather and telling a story
-May: labeling the parts of a flower
-June: creating a summer scene and telling a story
-July: counting syllables
-August: matching types of transportation with the places they belong
HOW TO USE
These activities are ready to print and use in therapy or send home.
-12 Monthly Newsletters
These newsletters provide teachers and parents with speech and language resources, activities, and materials that are straightforward and simple to use. Print the 12 Monthly Activities on the back of your newsletters for parents to practice with their students at home.
-Welcome-to-Speech Parent Letters
Send these home at the beginning of each school year to introduce yourself to parents and caregivers, provide them with your contact information, and invite them to take part in their student’s speech and language development.