Fall Vocabulary Games: Back to School, Halloween & Thanksgiving

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  1. Open-ended speech and language games with pictured seasonal vocabulary. Includes WH questions, categories, naming to a description and more in each pack. Draw letters and spell the word Autumn, Winter, Spring or Easter to win the game! Great for non-readers too, just add the word strip to make it a
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Fall fun! 3 open-ended speech therapy games with pictured autumn vocabulary. Includes over 150 wh and language development questions. Spell the word Autumn to win the game.

A fresh look for each month, this pack includes one game each for September, October, and November with Back to School, Halloween, Harvest and Thanksgiving themed letter mats, vocabulary lists and questions.

Make Planning Simple!

You can use these games open-ended for any target, so you can pull out one game and be set for all your groups. These games are a hit in my therapy room!



• Seasonal Vocabulary

• Categories

• Name to a Description

• Name Function of Objects

• WH questions

• Answering Yes/No questions

• Prepositions: over, front, behind, top, bottom, middle, in, on

• Naming autumn months: September, October, November

• Spelling the word Autumn

• Open-ended use for any other target you choose!


• 12 different printable letter mats with pictured themed vocabulary- 4 mats for each month

• 4 sets of printable letter tiles- 3 themed and one plain

• 3 Vocabulary Lists - one for each month’s pictured vocabulary with questions and prompts for language development.

LOW COLOR/GRAYSCALE version of this product is included!


1. Each student gets a themed letter mat for the targeted month.

2. For Pre-K students and non-readers can simply match the letters: place the word strip (plain black letters) spelling Spring on the mats. Now you have a letter matching activity rather than a spelling activity.

3. Put the printable letter tiles in a container. –try a lunch box or lunch sack for back to school, a trick or treat bag or plastic pumpkin for Halloween, or a pie tin for Thanksgiving.

4. Students draw a letter after answering their question.

5. If a needed letter is drawn, it is placed on the letter mat.

6. Already have the tile drawn? Put it back and try again next turn.

7. Drew a bonus card? Follow the fun instructions.

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