Speech Therapy

Activities for Kids with Speech Problems at Home

Fun Activities for Speech Therapy
Fun Activities for Speech Therapy

If you have a kid who attends the school for speech therapy then you must continue the therapy at your home. You must foster good articulation by finding the right exercise and game that your child needs to do at home. Read onto know some of the fun activities for kids suffering from related problems.

Speech Card Games
Speech Card Games

Use a deck of flash cards with words and pictures that identifies with your child’s favorite animals or cartoon character. This is an effective way to articulation doing speech therapy. You can use creative ways by making them play a memory game or make the child pick a random card, then have her use it in a sentence.

Shooting Game
Shooting Game

This is a super fun game and can be played at your home. You can purchase a toy gun that shoots suction caps. Make cards with words that your kid has trouble with like the words with “s” and “c” sounds. You can hang these cards in your room. Now make your child play the game by saying the word that he is shooting. If he hits the other word, then he must say that word.

Speech Collage
Speech Collage

Write down the speech sounds that you want your kid to work on. Choose a few sounds that your child has trouble with and few sounds that your child is comfortable with. This is done to build your child’s confidence. Check for these words in magazines and cut these words. Make your child to stick these words and have her make a collage. The child can look at the collage that she has made and repeat those words. This would teach her the difficult sounds in an effective way.

Instrumental Therapy
Instrumental Therapy

You can make your child use his mouth t play an instrument, which gives him an oral therapy. Buy a recorder, a small kazoo, or a harmonica. Your child will have fun and exercise too! He can exercise his mouth to form certain sounds and words. This is another fun activity that is very effective for the child.

 

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