4 Fun Halloween Therapy Activities

The best Halloween games for speech therapy

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Fall is here and with the changing seasons comes exciting and interactive therapy sessions that you and your kiddos can enjoy. There are a number of activities out there that can all be adapted to your clients and their specific needs. The opportunities are endless! The Dollar Tree, Michael’s, and Target are some of our fall favorite stores to obtain fall therapy accessories.

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Halloween Bingo + a freebie!

Halloween bingo for speech therapy

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First, make sure that you are asking parents if it is okay for their child to partake in a sweet treat during session! Sometimes it is best to provide a baggy and set it aside to hold all the candy for them until the end of the session. This also can be used as an incentive or a prize bag to be earned. Some of my favorite candy options can all be found at the dollar store. Candy corns, chocolate pumpkins, Snickers, and so many more can be found at almost any store this time of year. I have found that the more festive the candy the better.

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Spider Web Bean Bag Toss

An active Halloween game for speech therapy

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This activity is perfect for those kiddos who are active and need to be moving during therapy. These spider web baskets can be found at the Dollar Tree as well as on Amazon for a little more. This games is adaptable and easy to tweak to suit your needs.

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Scarecrow Pumpkin Patch

Speech therapy matching game for fall

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This pumpkin patch game is perfect for those energetic and active little kiddos who enjoy getting the opportunity to get up during therapy. This is a great activity that allows your client to have fun as well as receive exposure to multiple sound or process targets.  I always like to get the most out of each activity in therapy. During my games, I ask the client to review each picture before the start of the game. I also ask my client to verbally produce the name of the item shown as they are found. At the end of the activity, I ask, “What did the scarecrow find in his garden?” for a third repetition. This ensures the client is getting maximum exposure to the target sounds.

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