Fall Speech Therapy Games

Here are some more fun fall freebies! I have been on a BINGO kick lately.  I created these fall BINGO games to target some of the grammar and vocabulary goals of my students.  Just click on the link to download and print.  Enjoy talking about the fall and using your best language…all while playing a game of BINGO! Happy fall!

Fall (Concepts) BINGO

This game targets conceptual vocabulary and includes directional/positional and quantity concept words.

Fall (Concepts) BINGO Game Cards

Fall (Concept) BINGO Game Board A

Fall (Concept) BINGO Game Board B

Fall (Concepts) BINGO Game Board C

Fall (Concepts) BINGO Game Board D

Fall (Grammar) BINGO

This game targets several grammatical forms:  auxillary is/are, possessive pronouns, third person singular, regular and irregular past tense, copula is/are, negation, regular and irregular plurals, conjunctions (and & because), and infinitive-to.

Fall (Grammar) BINGO Game Cards

Fall (Grammar) BINGO Game Board A

Fall (Grammar) BINGO Game Board B

Fall (Grammar) BINGO Game Board C

Fall (Grammar) BINGO Game Board D

Fall (Pronoun) BINGO – (subjective pronouns (he/she/they) & possessive pronouns (him/her/their) 

This game targets both subjective and possessive pronouns.  It contrasts the use of he/she/they with him/her/their by depicting the various contexts where each pronoun is used.

Fall (Pronoun) BINGO Game Cards

Fall (Pronoun) BINGO Game Board A

Fall (Pronoun) BINGO Game Board B

Fall (Pronoun) BINGO Game Board  C

Fall (Pronoun) BINGO Game Board D

Fall (Interrogative) BINGO

This BINGO game targets question forms that are often missing from language impaired speech.  Practice using correct interrogative syntax when asking wh-questions as well as can, may, would, do, does, and is question forms.

Fall (Interrogative) BINGO Game Cards

Fall (Interrogative) BINGO Game Board A

Fall (Interrogative) BINGO Game Board B

Fall (Interrogative) BINGO Game Board C

Fall (Interrogative) BINGO Game Board D

34 thoughts on “Fall Speech Therapy Games”

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  2. Thank you SO much for offering these amazing resources to the public! I’m very excited to use these this week during my speech-language therapy classes!!

  3. Heather,
    Thank you for offering these free items. You have helped me and so many others whose budgets are so limited if not non existent. And MOST of all, the children enjoy them so much!

    1. Hi Erin!
      Oh you are so sweet and just made my day! Thank you taking the time out of your busy day to comment!! I’m so so happy you are finding my materials helpful and fun!
      Love and hugs!!

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  6. Just found your website…Printed out sheets and are using them this week…thanks so much…makes it easier when wonderful people like you put these things available to others…thanks again…

    1. Hi Lisa! That is so great to hear! And thank you for taking the time to tell me! Makes my day to know that others are using the materials I make! yay!

    1. So glad to hear!! Thank you!!
      I’ve used these over and over this past month and I’m not tired of them yet…and I usually get bored using the same materials or games…go figure! Simple and easy is always the way to go! the kids are having fun too, which is so key to a successful therapy session. Yay! I hope you’ll find that you get lots of mileage out of them too! Happy fall, Margie!

  7. Thanks so much for these theme based activities! I’m just getting started to “theme up” my therapy and this is fantastic!

    I click on the pronoun board C and I get the grammar board C. Can you help?

    Thanks so much!

  8. Thank you all! So glad you like the BINGO boards! I just made a new one for interrogatives (wh questions as well as can, is, does, do, may, would). I’ll have that one up very soon.

  9. Thanks so much! I really like your picture for “thin” – I usually don’t like what people choose for that one. 🙂

    1. Thank you! I decided to use clothing for thick/thin this time because I felt like it was something very familiar to most kids…especially very young kids. 🙂

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