Looking for winter preschool activities for speech therapy? Look no further! There are so many hands on activities that you can use that are so easy and motivating for your preschool and early elementary students.
Winter is a fun and versatile to use in November, December, and January with your preschool and kindergarten students. Snowmen, Sledding, Skating, and Snow - what's not to love? Books and songs are perfect winter activities for preschool!
Keep reading for a MASSIVE list of Winter books and Winter songs that your preschool and early intervention students are going to love!
Using songs is an easy and fun way to get kids engaged. Most kids love dancing and singing along! For more information on how to use songs in Speech Therapy, check out this blog.
Winter Songs for Preschool Speech Therapy: You can find all of these songs for Winter Speech Therapy Sessions on Youtube. There are a variety of general winter themed songs, but you could even subdivide them into smaller winter preschool themes (e.g. penguins, snowmen, snow, etc.).
1) Let's Rock to Get Ready for Winter
10) Move and Freeze Arctic Animals - great for verbs!
12) The Polar asked the Ice Cream Man
14) The Seasons Song
15) Let it Go
16) The Snow Song
Winter Books for Preschool Speech Therapy:
These are my TOP books for a Winter Themed Speech Therapy session! They are engaging and playful - a must for books for preschoolers. You can listen to them on YouTube (just search the book tittle) or purchase at a local book store! For more information on how to use books in Speech Therapy, check out this blog.
4) Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What do you Hear?
6) Deep Snow
8) The Mitten
9) Snow Happy
10) There was an Old Lady who Swallowed some Snow
15) Never Feed a Yeti Spaghetti
16) Bear Snores On
18) Penguins, Penguins, Everywhere
19) Winter, Winter! I love you so!
I hope this list helps you plan some fun and easy speech therapy sessions this winter!
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