I don’t know what it is exactly, but I’ve always loved Halloween! I love the costumes, the haunted houses, the spooky hayrides, and the endless reruns of Hocus Pocus! Not surprisingly, I love spooky speech! October is my absolute favorite month for speech therapy, because I get to read tons of my favorite books (Room on the Broom, Hallo-wiener, Where’s My Mummy, and more!) and invite a few cute monsters into my speech room! I’ve also made a gajillion therapy resources, because I just love this time of year so much!
Last year, I hosted a couple giveaways to share my Halloween color, cut, and glue articulation activities. You can peek the early and later developing sounds HERE or the blends packets HERE. I have also updated all five of last year’s Halloween packets too! So if you scooped them up last year, please download them to get 2-3x more word options!
I also made a couple more Halloween articulation packets (I couldn’t help myself! haha), so I’d love to host a giveaway again this year too! I hope you’re ready for some spooky speech!
This is seriously, one of the cutest packets I’ve ever made! It’s full of darling little witches and their articulation brew! Students will absolutely fall in love with these spooky sweethearts! This packet contains all early and later developing sounds (in the initial and final positions), as well as, consonant blends (/r/ blends, /s/ blends, and /l/ blends). Best of all? It includes a visual cue on each page to show students their lip and tongue placements for each sound! This makes these sheets ideal for homework too! Parents will find this feature very helpful. While students wait for their turn to engage in repetitive drills they can color these sheets or students can use bingo daubers/dot markers with these activities! Here’s a peek:
Kids love monsters. Fact. Seriously, monsters are super fun and kids love them! These monster gumball machines are surrounded by articulation gumballs! All early & later sounds are featured in the initial and final positions and consonant blends are featured! This packet is a great way to tackle multiple sounds in a group while still having your students do the same activity. You can use this packet in a variety of ways, one session use crayons and the next use bingo daubers/markers/etc. Here’s a peek:
If interested, you can find ALL of my Halloween resources HERE. I have 19 Halloween items. Clearly, I’m obsessed. haha
You can enter the rafflecopter below for FIVE chances to win these two packets! Thank you for visiting my blog! Have a wonderful day!