Therapy Fun and Games
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Points Game by Rebecca Bayer. Simple but fun multi-use reinforcer. Use with any therapy materials;
also addresses math terms and time concepts, making it relevant to standards and curriculum.
|Points Game |
|Simon Says This is a one page visual in both Spansh and English to help facilitate playing of Simon Says. Posted 1/14/07.||Simon Says|
Simon Says Communication Board for students with speech/language difficulties. By Gretchen Curtis. Posted 1/26/07.
|Simon Says Game|
|Pizza Party Game Communication Board for playing the children's game of matching pizza toppings. Posted 2/21/06.||Pizza Party Board|
Joke Dominoes from Susan Richner. Print on cardstock to make a language game that plays like Dominoes --
match the joke to the punchline. This is a fun way to teach plays-on-words, to practice artic, and to break the
ice with new students. Posted 9/17/06.
|Go Fish! Written rules. Posted 10/19/06.||GoFishRulesDescription|
Go Fish Rules
Thematic Reinforcement Games A simple game, varied by season and theme, that provides reinforcement
for all therapy tasks -- a fun alternative to dice games. Print multiple copies on card stock, cut apart, laminate, play.
|Guess Who? Game made with Boardmaker symbols||Guess Who Directions|
Guess Who Board
Guess Who Cards
Guess Who 1
Guess Who 2
Playing Cards Handy mini playing cards to motivate practice of any speech/language skills.
Print on card stock and laminate.
Caterpillar Crawl Game Print one board per player. Cut cards apart. As each student performs a therapy task,
he picks a card and places it over a caterpillar. Birds eat the caterpillars. The object is to see who can
change the most caterpillars into butterflies.
Game Boards for use with any stimulus materials. Created by Wanda L. Pritekel. Posted 7/17/07.
|Jeopardy Game A fun way to practice categories, vocabulary, and asking questions||Jeopardy Directions|
Go Fish Symbol Aid to help students with the language related to this popular game. Created by
Janet Terranova. Posted 1/9/08.
|Sugar Stand Candy Game by Valerie Robertson and Jennifer Wright. Posted 11/21/08.||SugarGameDirections|
|Chicks and Snakes Game for artic, language, and fluency. Contributed by Marilyn Morgan. Posted 5/3/09.||ChicksSnakesDirections|
|Picnic and Apples Therapy Games for artic, lanuage, and fluency. Contributed by Katherine Hildebrand. Posted 9/13/09.||Picnic Rules|
Apple Picking Rules
|Phillie Phanatic Game for artic, language, and fluency. Contributed by Whitney Nickol, BCIU #22. Posted 10/15/09.||Phillie Phanatic Game Board|
|Speech Spuds Fun Game Created by Valerie Hannah. Posted 10/15/09.||Speech Spuds 1|
Speech Spuds 2
Twenty World Series Questions for artic, language, and fluency practice. Created by
Roxanne Riviello, BCIU#22. Posted 11/1/09.
|20 WorldSeries Questions|
|Look out, Lobster! Therapy game to reinforce artic or language. Created by Sue Sexton. Posted 11/1/09.||Look out Lobster1|
Look out Lobster2
Hop, Step, and Jump into Good Speech Physical game to involve students in artic, language, fluency activities.
Created by Heidi Benson. Posted 1/17/11.
|Hop, Step, and Jump |
|Picture Supports for What's In Ned's Head? by Brittany Alexander. Posted 1/25/16.||What's in Ned's Head?|