Speech Therapy Activities

Speech therapy activities should be functional and meaningful and we practice what we preach at Speech Therapy Talk Services, LLC!

Before exploring this section, I want to explain a little bit about my professional philosophy and what to expect. This isn't your typical speech therapy site...Find out why below!

Speech Therapy Activities: Making Therapy Meaningful Again

Speech therapy should be meaningful. That' is obvious but not always true!

To make speech therapy meaningful:

  • Parents MUST be involved. If you are a parent, click here to find out how to get more involved!
  • Therapy shouldn't be all about worksheets
  • For young children, therapy should be PLAY
  • For older children, therapy should involve the school curriculum and functional activities

To get speech therapy back on the right track, I created some MEANINGFUL speech therapy activities for all areas of development.

Of course, this is always "underdevelopment" and I will be adding to it as I create more. 

Articulation Speech Therapy Activities

Articulation or speech therapy is all about improving how we say sounds and words. There is a systematic approach to learning how to say sounds correctly. Learn more about it, how to practice at home, and then click on a sound to get access to free word lists and game ideas! Get started by clicking the link below.

If you prefer Android apps, we have a very cost-effective, informative (NOT GAMES) based apps. 

If you want a step-by-step approach for multiple sounds with all the materials included that you may need, read about our eBook.

Late Talkers, First Words

Ahhh, our babies first words! How exciting and fun...unless your child is a late talker. Then, this happy time can be quite stressful as you wait for first words to appear!

What to do:

Language Therapy

If your child or students needs language therapy:

  • First: Review language disorders, evaluation, and therapy
  • Next: Explore games based on skills or age.

Free games based on skills:

Free games based on age:

Bilingual Speech Therapy

We have just started our Spanish speech therapy materials section. Most of our materials are aimed at speech therapists but we are creating some materials for parents as well. Check out what we have right and stay tuned!

However, there is a lot of misinformation on bilingual speech therapy and how to introduce multiple languages at home. Please explore the links below for research based ideas!

Structured Program: Articulation & Language Ideas Broken Down By Age

Some parents and professionals want a step by step guide on what to work on, what skills are expected at what age, and why! To help these visitors, we created an inexpensive membership site with LOTS of speech therapy activities broken down by age and skill. For more information, click here!

Free Ideas Using Things Around The House!

I saved the best for last! These free speech therapy activities are my favorite because they show that therapy materials and therapy ideas don’t have cost money or be complicated. Language/words are free after all, and we learn best from people. That is all that is truly needed!

Click on the link below to explore ideas on how to work on speech and language skills at home using things found around the house. There is something for everyone and new activities are being added here quite frequently.

Don't know if your child needs speech therapy?

We worry about our children all the time. It is natural! Sometimes our worries are spot on and sometime they are needless. We just want the best for your children!! If you are on the fence as to if your child even needs speech therapy, then check out our free screening tools to help you decide.

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Bridget is an ASHA certified, practicing speech language pathologist. She is passionate about providing parents with information on child speech and language development as well as provide functional, easy activities to do at home! Parents have the power to make a real difference. Follow Bridget at Facebook and Pinterest for more fun!

Author of  child language development eBook series



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