Speech Therapy
Winter PowerPoint Games

We all need a little bit of fun this holiday season! These speech therapy winter PowerPoint games might do the trick. They can be used for any goal!

Games during speech therapy are not only FUN but necessary! A child needs to be motivated to participate (of course), but a child also needs to practice newly learned skills in a more "natural" task (i.e., playing a game) that offers a bit of distraction. This is a key component of generalizing progress to outside the therapy room.

Keep reading to see what I created using PowerPoint and how to grab a free sample!

Speech Therapy Winter PowerPoint Games: Overview

I created a no-print, turn-taking game using PowerPoint. I am in love with no print since it

  • Saves trees (no more printing)
  • Saves time (my membership site holds everything I need)
  • Is engaging for students
  • is interactive (keeps their attention)

How to Open and Play:

  • You MUST have PowerPoint. It will not work in PDF or Google Slides
  • Click on the link and the file will download
  • Open file
  • Click the "play" button on the top navigation
  • The Present Game will appear
  • Take turns clicking on a present to find the hidden surprise
  • Once someone finds the present, click "play again" to advance to the next slide. In the next slide, the present will move and change.
  • In the free sample, there are 3 slides. On the membership site, each game has 10 slides. Even I can't remember where the surprise has moved to!

How to Use Materials In Therapy:

You can use these materials any way you see fit; however, I do have some suggestions:

  • Articulation CH - Say "I CHoose...." before clicking an object
  • Articulation TH - Say "Open/move THe....." before clicking an object
  • Articulation Z- Say "Click the.....pleaSE" before clicking an object
  • Articulation K/G - Say "ClicK the...." or "Go away...." before clicking an object
  • Motivation - If a child completes a certain number of tasks, he/she can play a game
  • Language - The child has to describe the present (pattern, color, size) before you or they click the present
  • The child has to complete a task or flashcard before taking a turn (you need two tabs open and scroll between the two)

Speech Therapy Winter Teletherapy Materials


Now, on to the materials!

For members, I have:

  1. Gingerbread game (10 slides)
  2. Present game (10 slides)
  3. Santa game (10 slides)

For website visitors, I have:

  1. Free sample of Present Game

Access Free Materials


Click the link below to grab your free deck!

Access ALL the PowerPoint Games and More!

If you would like to access,

  • all the winter decks
  • articulation teaching materials
  • holiday PowerPoint games
  • grammar teaching materials and games
  • articulation flashcards
  • story companions
  • handouts
  • templates
  • and more!

then read about our membership program.

Our membership program is:

  • Cost effective, very reasonable!
  • Meaningful
  • always something new each week!

Click this link to learn about it!



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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