As promised, here are my speech therapy Christmas Bingo Games! Tis the season to share fun Christmas and holiday speech therapy materials! I hope you will enjoy playing these games. My students really like them. I had one little guy ask to take my fall concepts bingo game home so he could play with his family. How could I say no to that? Clearly, I could not. He is also looking very forward to the Christmas edition of bingo – which I assured him was coming very soon.
So here you go! The wait is over! Just download and print out these cute and festive bingo games. Easy peasy. I also back mine onto colored construction paper and then laminate them so they will last. Get ready to bring some Christmas cheer into your therapy sessions with these speech therapy activity pages. Have fun during your speech therapy games and activities by talking about Santa, his reindeer, candy canes, Frosty and much more!
Check back soon for more holiday fun!
Many of my students are working on understanding and using these speech therapy “concept” words in their speech. This game targets several conceptual vocabulary words such as; narrow, wide, thick, thin, before, around, above, not the same, between, first, second, third, top, bottom, below, behind, in front, empty, full, through, next to, on, and over.
Christmas (Grammar) Bingo Game
Grammar is much more fun when it is Christmas grammar! Trust me. This game targets the following grammatical forms; pronouns, negation, regular and irregular past tense, is and are verbing, third person singular, plurals, conjunctions and possessives.
Christmas (Interrogatives) Bingo Game
Questions forms with holiday cheer. This game targets who, what, when, where, why, can, would, may, do and does question forms.
Christmas (Pronoun) Bingo Game
I have some precious little darlings who insist on using “him” for he and “her” for she. So I cooked up this little game to help provide the contrast – and threw in some other pronouns as well. Use your best holiday language when referring to people using subjective and possessive pronouns (he, she, they, him, her, them, their, my, your).
I hope you will enjoy these Christmas speech therapy bingo games. You can use the target forms on the bingo games to then expand their language through more dialogue and even include interactions with other group members by taking turns asking questions or commenting about their own holiday experiences and personal stories.