Speech Therapy Teaching & Talking Tips, Activities + Printables

speech therapy teaching & talking tips activities printables

SpeechNet has a growing number of Speech Therapy based Teaching & Talking Tips, Activities and Printables for parents and educators.  The activities have an easy to follow printable to help guide the play to boost speech and language skills. If you are concerned or have a question about your child's speech and language development please feel free to send your question through our contact page and a speech therapist will answer.  

FREE Educational Toy Teaching & Talking Tips

Let's Focus On Bubbles


An action packed PDF showing how to use bubbles to build Social Communication Skills, Understanding of Language and Speech (sounds, words & sentences). FREE bubble recipes included! This FREE download is linked with our Bubbles Blog

Boosting Language with Skittles


An action packed PDF showing how to use SKITTLES to build Social Communication Skills, Understanding of Language and Speech (sounds, words & sentences). This FREE download is linked with our SKITTLES VIDEO BLOG

Encouraging Questions with Trains


An explanation and age appropriate examples of Encouraging Questions. Use this informative PDF to show you how to Encourage Questions while playing with TRAINS with your child. Take a look at the 4 levels of questions and how you can help encourage your child's question skills. This Free Printable is linked to our Encouraging Questions Train Blog

Developing Maths Vocabulary with Sand Toys


 Maths has a very specific vocabulary! Use this printable to get a jump start on your toddler's later maths success. With this informative Printable and Maths Vocabulary Chart you can help develop your child's Maths Vocabulary while playing with Sand Toys. This Free Printable is linked to our Maths Vocabulary Sand Play Video Blog

Educational Teaching & Talking Resources

Developing Speech, Language & Literacy Skills: Phlat Ball 


 An Educational Teaching & Talking Tips PDF jam packed full of ideas to help boost speech, language and literacy skills while playing with a Phlat Ball.

Developing Speech, Language & Literacy Skills: Magnetic Kit


 An Educational Teaching & Talking Tips PDF jam packed full of ideas to help boost speech, language and literacy skills while building with a Magnetic Construction Kit.

Developing Speech, Language & Literacy Skills: Where's My Teddy by Jex Smith


 An Educational Teaching & Talking Tips PDF jam packed full of ideas to help boost speech, language and literacy skills while reading.

Developing Speech, Language & Literacy Skills: The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle


 An Educational Teaching & Talking Tips PDF jam packed full of ideas to help boost speech, language and literacy skills while reading.

At Home Everyday Routines: Video Blogs + FREE Printables

Building Language Moments At Home: Let's Talk Tooth Brushing


 This VIDEO blog guides you through the everyday tooth brushing routine. It takes ONE simple MOMENT in that routine to boost speech and language development. Along with the video it has a FREE PRINTABLE that parents can use as a prompt. Visit the Tooth Brushing Video Blog 

Building Language Moments At Home: Let's Talk Sunscreen


 This VIDEO blog guides you through the everyday applying sunscreen routine. It takes ONE simple MOMENT in that routine to boost speech and language development. Along with the video it has a FREE PRINTABLE that parents can use as a prompt. Visit the Sunscreen Video Blog

FREE Spelling List Helper Package

 How to HELP with Weekly Spelling Lists


 ARRGHHHH!! Weekly Spelling Lists!!

A blog series + Helper Package on how to HELP with Spelling and NOT just memorising skills.  Are you looking for a better way to REALLY help your child learn spelling. Something better than having the children memorize words for a Friday Spelling test only for them to forget them next week. They can write them in the list but can't seem to spell the very same words in a sentence! visit our spelling blog

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