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Halloween Speech Therapy Activity

By Rosemarie Griffin

I love to use would you rather activities in my speech therapy sessions. I think they are a great way to start conversation within a small group activity.

The pictures act as embedded visual prompts for students who have difficult answering “wh” questions.

The text is a nice guide for students who can read but may have difficulty asking back a would you rather question.

I love to show my would you rather activities on an ipad or computer – a no prep way to save you time and ink!!

I hope your students love this activity. Let me know about it over on Instagram, make sure to tag ABA SPEECH.


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