Free Speech and Language Games and Cards
Hey everybody! My speech and language games and cards are currently all free on my “Speech Therapy Materials” page! I have printable file folder games and cards that you can use at home to help improve your child’s speech and language skills. Many of these materials are free or very inexpensive. Check them out by visiting my store:
These speech and language games and cards target a variety of speech and language skills, including:
- Teaching and practicing new grammar skills
- Increasing receptive and expressive vocabulary
- Teaching a child to ask and answer questions appropriately
- Improving categorization for new vocabulary
- Encouraging group participation in speech and language activities
- Sequencing and describing series of events
You will also find other great resources besides speech and language games and cards, including:
- Homework sheets and printables for various speech and language skills
- E-books full of information, resources, and step-by-step guides for choosing and teaching speech and language skills
And did I mention, many of them are available for free!! These products are appropriate for parents, teachers, and speech-language pathologists. They are also designed to work well for a single student or for large groups of students working together. Once the activities have been taught, they can also be used for independent self practice. Each product comes with instructions for how to use it to target a variety of speech and language skills.
Best yet, all products come with a money-back guarantee. If you’re not happy, I will refund your money, no questions asked! I believe in the quality of my products and I use them all regularly with my clients. I hope that you will find them as useful and helpful as I do!
Which one is your favorite? Leave a comment below to let me know! Thanks for reading!
43 Conversation Starters for Speech Therapy Practice
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- What is your favorite movie and what happens in it?
- Tell me about your family.
- Tell me about your pets or the pet you would like to have.
- What kind of music do you like to listen to?
- Tell me about what you watch on TV.
- What is your favorite toy to play with or what toy do you wish you had?
- Tell me about your favorite video games.
- Tell me about a funny or scary dream you had.
- What do you want to do when you grow up?
- How do you celebrate the 4th of July?
- How do you celebrate Easter?
- What do you do for Halloween? What did you dress up last time and what do you want to be this year?
- What do you do for Valentine’s Day?
- What do you do for Christmas and what is your favorite thing about it?
- What do you do for Thanksgiving?
- When is your birthday and what did you do for your last birthday? What do you want to do for your next birthday?
- What is your favorite animal and why?
- What is your favorite movie?
- Do you have any hidden talents?
- What is your favorite color and why?
- What is your favorite holiday and why?
- What is your favorite game to play?
- What is your favorite sport and why?
- What are you excited about that’s going to happen soon?
- Where have you lived and which was your favorite place?
- What does your room look like?
- Tell me about your favorite book?
- What is your favorite thing about school and why?
- What are some things you don’t like to do and why?
- What do you like to do when you’re alone?
- What do you like to do in the winter?
- What do you like to do in the summer?
- If you could meet anyone, who would it be?
- What do you like to do with other people?
- Tell me about a time you went camping or slept outside?
- What animal would you be and why?
- What would you change about yourself if you could change one thing?
- What are your favorite candies and/or treats?
- What is your favorite holiday and why?
- What are your favorite foods? What are some foods you don’t like?
- If you could buy anything you wanted, what would you buy?
- If you could go anywhere on vacation, where would you go?
- If you could live anywhere, where would you live and why?
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This list of functional words was professionally selected to be the most useful for a child or adult who has difficulty using conversation starters.
We encourage you to use this list of conversation starters when practicing at home.
Home practice will make progress toward meeting individual language goals for using conversation starters much faster.
Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) are only able to see students/clients 30-60 mins (or less) per week. This is not enough time or practice for someone to strengthen their understanding of this important language concept.
Every day that your loved one goes without practice it becomes more difficult to help them.
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We know life is busy, but if you're reading this you're probably someone who cares about helping their loved one as much as you can.
Practice 5-10 minutes whenever you can, but try to do it on a consistent basis (daily).
Please, please, please use this list to practice.
It will be a great benefit to you and your loved one's progress.
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