It’s Fall Freebie Time: Speech & Language Sign


I decided it was time I got some new speech room decorations and posters!  When I was getting my room ready this summer, I realized just how tired I was of the same old speech posters that have been part the speech room for many, many years – long before I was there.  I decided to design a new speech and language banner for my room using some adorable, back-to-school, digital papers that I got from helloLovetoo’s store on Etsy.  I thought I’d share it with you SLPs – just in case you needed a fresh sign, too!

I think it turned out pretty well!  The kids seem to like it and it helps me remind them just what this class is all about and why they come to see me!

So…..Ta-da!! Here is my new banner.  (My shelves actually look pretty nice and neat in this picture.  Oops, I mean, how do you like my nice, neat shelves??).


Speech and Language DIY/Free  Printable Wall Banner


          6.  Cut 2 pieces of yarn or twine, about 9 feet long each (there will be extra on the ends that you can trim after you have attached your letters).


          7.  After you have cut the right length of yarn or twine to hang your letters on (2 pieces that are about 9 feet long), begin tying the letters to the yarn or twine using the 30 pieces of string you had already cut out.  Adjust the space between the letters to your liking.

             8.  Use push pins to attach the ends of the yarn or twine to the wall
             9.  ENJOY!

15 thoughts on “It’s Fall Freebie Time: Speech & Language Sign”

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing these with us! It really brightens up my room, and is perfect for using in a space that I had no idea what to do with!

    1. I just had to switch computers but all is good now!! Thanks so much! I can’t wait to print these out and hang them on my big empty white wall in my room!! =)

      1. Ok great!! So glad you like the sign! I had a huge blank wall, so that’s where mine went, too! I’d love to see your finished project if you want to share a photo you can post it on my Heather’s Speech Therapy Facebook wall!

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