Easter Speech Therapy Craft

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Speech Dreams
Grade Levels
1st - 4th
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50 pages
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All of my students enjoyed this craft. I like that I could simplify it for my younger students, but it allowed my older students to be a little more creative.
My students of all ages loved this activity. They love being creative. Perfect activity before spring break!
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Add a little color to your speech therapy sessions this Easter. Planning speech therapy sessions can be stressful, let me help you. This cute Easter Basket craft will pair perfectly with your Easter theme and it will target articulation and language goals for all of your speech groups from kindergarten through fourth grade. Your speech students will love completing this seasonal activity as they practice an extensive variety of articulation and language goals.

  • articulation targets
  • language targets
  • 4 words for every sound in the initial, medial and final position of words
  • words in print with images for all articulation targets
  • meet all your mixed group needs with one craft
  • homework reinforcement that parents can easily review

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The following articulation sounds initial, medial and final positions:









L blends






R blends


S blends





Y (initial/medial)


A blank template is included to meet any speech need.

Language Targets include:


Rhyming words

Following directions


Who questions

What questions

When questions

Where questions

Why questions

How questions



Vocabulary (animals/occupations/circus)


One syllable words

Two syllable words

Three syllable words

Four syllable words


Why should you use crafts in speech therapy?

  • invite repetition
  • create structure
  • produce a tangible reward for task completion
  • create opportunities for students to ask for help
  • develop fine motor skills
  • ease stress
  • increase happiness
  • improve hand to eye coordination
  • promote innovation and creativity
  • expand essential vocabulary
  • practice critical thinking skills by making a mental plan of what they intend to create and then follow through with their plan

For my most popular resources, check out the following list:

  • Assessments:

Speech Therapy Language Screenings HERE

Speech Therapy Observation Forms HERE

Speech Therapy Language and Articulation Screenings HERE

Pragmatic Checklist HERE

Phonological Awareness Assessment HERE

Speech Therapy Classroom Observation Forms HERE

Following Directions Assessment HERE

Fluency Informal Assessment for Stuttering HERE

Speech Language Assessments for K5 thru 12th grade | Profound Delay HERE

  • Crafts:

Scarecrow Speech Therapy Craft HERE

Reindeer Craft HERE

Santa Craft HERE

Valentine's Speech Therapy Craft HERE

Winter Snow Speech Craft HERE

Halloween Pumpkin Craft HERE

Winter Melted Snowman Craft HERE

Thanksgiving Turkey Speech Therapy Craft HERE and HERE

St.Patricks Day Speech Craft HERE

  • Activities:

Syllable Cards HERE

Spring Speech Therapy Articulation Seeking HERE

Halloween Speech Therapy Seeking Activity HERE

InSiGhT on the AuThOR: I never watch the news. Instead, you will find me crafting or eating kiwi and strawberries, while swinging in my hammock dreaming about ways I can decorate my therapy room, or add to my sensory corner. Lately, I have been dabbling with body positivity on instagram. It's always good to let other speechies know that we are all in this together, things are not always perfect, but we will make it. I am a full time SLP just like you. I make crafts to make me happy and to make my speech therapy students happy. I hope you feel the love in my products.

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50 pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Participate in collaborative conversations with diverse partners about grade 2 topics and texts with peers and adults in small and larger groups.
Follow agreed-upon rules for discussions (e.g., gaining the floor in respectful ways, listening to others with care, speaking one at a time about the topics and texts under discussion).
Build on others’ talk in conversations by linking their comments to the remarks of others.
Ask for clarification and further explanation as needed about the topics and texts under discussion.
Recount or describe key ideas or details from a text read aloud or information presented orally or through other media.


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