Speech Therapy Worksheets
Worksheets for speech and language therapy sessions.
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These fill-in sentences with pictures are a great way to work on final consonant deletions. The students demonstrate awareness of the difference between the minimal pairs when they choose the one that makes sense in the sentence and also produce the word with the final consonant when they say it in the sentence.
If you're looking for some FREE print-and-go pages to use with your students, we've got just the thing. Print out these pages and have your students color the pictures, mark them with bingo daubers, or cover them with bingo chips, dough splats, or whatever you've got handy once they have completed a speech or language task. The clown page has 10 pictures and the balloon page has 30 pictures for your students to use.
Here's another great set of practice grids for you to use. They not only include initial clusters, but also /ld/ and /lt/. Use these in your sessions or send them home for extra practice. Included are practice grid pages for /bl/, /fl/, /gl/, /kl/, /pl/, /sl/, /ld/ and /lt/.
Practice grids are great to have on hand when working on sounds at the word level. You can use them to practice the same words over multiple sessions or can send them home as practice sheets. You can put stickers or tally marks in the boxes to reward your students and keep track of data. Included are practice grid pages for /br/, /dr/, /fr/, /gr/, /kr/, /pr/, and /tr/ in the initial position of words.
These practice grids can be used in your sessions or sent home for practice. By placing stickers and/or marks in the boxes, you can reward your student's efforts and keep data at the same time. Add these versatile pages to your therapy sessions today! Included are six practice grid pages that target /sk/, /sl/, /sm/, /sn/, /sp/, /st/, /str/, /sw/ in the initial position. They are available in color and black and white versions.
Want some easy-peasy print-and-go articulation pages? These pages are fun for students, easy for you, and productive for your sessions. They come in 3 levels for initial and final "ch" and are available in both color and black and white versions. They also make great home program materials.
Idioms are a part of our language that often need to be directly taught to our students, including these winter and cold related ones. To make it easier to address in your therapy sessions, these idioms and their meanings are presented in two different formats - cards and worksheets.
These are just what you were looking for... no prep, print-and-go pages for your students who are working on /l/, /r/, "er," "th," and /k/ at the word level! Use them with a group by letting students color a picture after each of their turns or send them home for practice. Each page has 10 words, which makes data collection super easy!
Sometimes you just need some good worksheets. While they aren't really a fun activity, they can be effective for assessing your students' knowledge. These worksheets focus on matching 24 mid-level fall vocabulary words to their definitions. One uses a word bank that students use to fill in the correct word next to its definition, and the other is a matching page with vocabulary words on one side and definitions on the other. There are 4 worksheets and 4 answer keys.
Here's a quick and easy NO-PREP page to use in your speech therapy sessions. There are 50 pieces of popcorn for a large number of productions. Simply have your students roll a die, say that number of targeted words, and then color a piece of popcorn for each of those words.
Welcome to the flip side of categorization...category exclusion! Students need to know more than just what belongs in a category, but what doesn't belong and why. These picture cards and sentence fill-ins are great for working on category exclusion with your students.
Here are some more practice grids for your therapy toolbox! They are fantastic for practicing the same words over multiple sessions or for sending home with the student to practice between sessions. Each page has 10 images, which makes calculating percentages easier too! Included are 2 practice grid pages for each sound position: initial /f/, medial /f/, and final /f/. They are available in color and black and white versions.
Spot It! Say It! Pages for L Sound Use these no prep, print and go pages with your students who are working on /l/ at the word level. They make it quick to prep for therapy, and are great for your students to take home for extra practice! Students find the picture for a word, say it, and mark it. There are 3 levels (10, 20, and 30 pictures per page) for each of the word positions (initial, medial, and final).