The following pages contain information about games that can be played
as part of your child's speech therapy.
( If you are unsure about the suitability of these games for your
child please check with your speech therapist.)
Before using these resources please read our disclaimer.
This section includes how to make the games with pages you can print directly
from the browser, or from downloadable files.
We have also included instructions on how to play the games and also ways
in which the games can be varied.
I will add to the games with time. If you have suggestions for games to
go in this section pass them on to us either via our Forums or by
e-mail. All contributions
will be very welcome!
Speech Therapy Games and Activities
- Think of a....... game designed to
get your child to think of words beginning with specific sounds. Now
including the NEW Think of a ...2002 game.
- Fill in a word .... stories
designed so your child can add missing words and pictures.
- Sound train..... an activity to practice
putting together sound sequences.
- Picture cards
- On my way to school I saw.........
A game designed By Freida van Staden to encourage your child to use
- A number spinner - to be used
in place of dice in board games.
- Frog Hop game - A simple game to
get your child to repeat the same word six times.
- Sound spinner - Sound spinner is a
simple activity to practice putting different sounds before vowel
- Silly Rhymes and Crazy Creatures
- Odd one out - a simple activity
designed to encourage the use of language.
- Word puzzles
- Letter crash - simple activity aimed
at teaching your child to say the sounds 'ch' and 'j'
- Picture cubes - 3D cardboard
cubes with a picture on each face to use as an alternative to flashcards,
or to play the story cubes game.
- From Beginning to End (and back again)
A game to practice putting the sounds 'ch', 'sh' and 'th' at the beginning
or end of words.
- Rabbit Hop - A simple game to get your
child to repeat the same word six times. This game is based on our Frog
Hop game but in this game the playing cards are larger and more
suitable for use with younger children.
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