Tag Archives: Halloween

Halloween Bat Dice Drawing

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] Here is a simple game that requires paper, pencil and one die.  Player one rolls a die. To start your drawing you must roll a #1. When you roll the #1, you can draw the first … Continue reading


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Life Cycle of a Pumpkin Craft

Editor’s Note:  Halloween will be over soon, but pumpkins are good all autumn long.  I love this craft for speech and language work!  Fantastic for following directions, sequencing, conversation and storytelling.   How else would you use it for therapy? … Continue reading


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OT/PT Activity of the Week: Spider Web Scavenger Hunt for Halloween

[Source:  Hands on As We Grow] With Halloween only days away, my kids are asking me every day how much longer until Halloween. We’ve been doing lots of fun activities around Halloween themes. I really should have done a Halloween countdown! … Continue reading


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SLP Freebie: Halloween Signs/Cards for Children with Expressive Language Needs

[Source:  Let’s Talk Speech & Language] Halloween is rapidly approaching! It got me thinking about my preschoolers with apraxia and other expressive language deficits. What can be done for the children who are unable to say “Trick or Treat?” A brief chat with … Continue reading


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Speechie Freebie of the Week: Halloween Riddles and Fun!

[Source:  Speechie Freebies] I am always looking for new things to do with my older students during the holiday season. My students love jokes and riddles, so I decided to make an age appropriate riddle page. There are 32 total! … Continue reading


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