Halloween is right around the corner and what a better way to work on speech and language skills with your child or students than to do crafts. From spooky ghosts to silly pumpkins, pick out some Halloween crafts for speech therapy from this list and start working on your child’s goals. You can use crafts as rewards for practicing articulation sounds (Ex. After your child practices 10 words with his target sound, he can put on one piece of the craft). You can also use crafts to have your child practice requesting for items, following directions, sequencing, and increasing vocabulary.
8 Halloween Crafts for Speech Therapy
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