If you’re looking for a fun winter speech therapy theme - yetis might be it! A Yeti Themed Speech Therapy Session can be used as a November, December, January speech therapy theme. There is something about these fuzzy and cute creatures that preschoolers, kindergarteners and early elementary students just LOVE.
As with all preschool themes that I plan - it doesn’t have to be overly complicated and take hours of prep time! A book, game, hands on activity, and movement activity are all you need for a quick themed speech therapy themed session. You can also use songs, crafts, and sensory bins.
Here are some fun and engaging therapy activities you can use in your speech therapy sessions.
Yeti in my Spaghetti: This game is simple to play and set up, which makes it a perfect speech therapy game! You simply stack the spaghettis on the bowl and place the yeti on top. Take turns pulling spaghettis but own’t drop the yeti or you lose!
You can pair this game with my Speech Therapy Game and Toy Companions so you can target ANY goal (over 60 goals included, covering articulation, phonology, apraxia, language and more!) .
It includes all of this games (and waaayy more- over ONE HUNDRED) as well as some of my favorite toys!
Never Feed a Yeti Spaghetti: This book goes PERFECTLY with the game There’s a Yeti in my Spaghetti. It follows a playful rhyming text and has touchy feely parts. On each page, you are told not to feed a different animal a particular snack!
How to Catch a Yeti: Part of the series: How to Catch a… book will have your students giggling. No matter the traps the kids in the story set, they just can’t catch the yeti.
The Thing about Yetis: Do your students know the truth about yetis? We all know yetis love winter - but did you know they love summer? This story brings some summer into the cold winter months!