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I adore fall!  I love bringing autumn and all its glory into my speech room as much as I can.  Here are five fabulous fall activities for speech therapy to get everyone in the mood for the new season.

5 five fab fall activities for speech therapy the speech bubble slp

1.Make a Candy Corn Volcano 

candy corn volcano fall activity speech therapy

You could target sequencing, describing, cause and effect, predicting, etc with this one.  You may want to try this one outside or buy a window though, because of the vinegar.



2.Fall in A Jar


fall sensory jars speech therapy

This one could be so much fun and pretty too!  You could use this one to target following directions, describing, categorizing fall items, etc. Here is another one for a more Halloween themed jar.



3.Pumpkin Ring Toss


pumpkin ring toss fall activity speech therapy

This one would be fun for a reinforcement activity. Each pumpkin could be worth X amount of points.


4. Multicolored Leaf Prints

fall activity speech therapy leaf prints


This would be a lovely fall craft.  You could target following directions or work on verbs.


5. Leaf Creatures

fall activity for speech therapy squirrel drawing


This was a craftivity I did with my kids last year and it was a hit!

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  1. I would agree that the best time to start speech therapy for anyone is as a child. I love that you incorporated fun games that will interest children to help them with their speech skills. It is interesting the level of success you can have when you turn a learning subject into an activity of kids. Thank you for sharing how to make speech therapy a fun process for kids!

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