• No Prep Speech-Language Activities

     You can select one or two challenges per day to practice using your good speech sound

    • Describe a leprechaun using your good speech sound.
    • What do you like most about Spring? Answer using your good speech sound! 
    • Have you ever felt lucky before? Why? Answer using your good speech sound. 
    • Go on a scavenger hunt and find ten things that have your speech sound in them.
    • Draw something with your speech sound that is GREEN!
    • Find a movie that contains your speech sound and watch it. 
    • Say your speech sound 100 times! 
    • What is your favorite game to play? Answer using your good speech. 
    • Think of 3 animals that have your speech sound. 
    • Think of 3 foods that have your speech sound.
    • Can you think of any months of the year that have your speech sound in them?
    • Spring is here! What is your favorite thing to do in the Spring?
    • Find a book that has your speech sound in it and read it! 
    • Do you have a favorite candy that has your speech sound? 
    • How are a kite and a butterfly alike? How are they different? Answer using your good speech sound!

    Games for many speech-language skills

    These games target articulation, descpritive language, and turn taking skills!

    • Apples to Apples
    • Outburst
    • Uno
    • Family Feud
    • Blurt
    • Headbandz
    • Charades
    • Buzz Word
    • Bingo
    • Balderdash
    • Taboo
    • Pictionary
    • Scattergories
    • 20 Questions
    • Would You Rather?
    • Trouble
    • Playing Cards
    • Catch Phrase
    • Battleship 
  • My Favorite SLPs on Social Media:

    Looking for inspiration? These are some of my favorite speech-language pathologist instagram pages! Check out their highlights for great tips and ideas.


    The Peachie Speechie -- Great page for K-12 population

    Speech Room News -- Great page for a younger population (Preschool - Lower Elementary)

    Speechy Musings -- Great page for Middle School/High School population

     Graham Speech Therapy -- Awesome page or /r/, lateral lisps, and frontal lisps