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Spring Speech Therapy Activities

By Rosemarie Griffin

Spring is here! Time to get those thematic lessons ready for spring! ABA Speech is here to help with some ready to use, adaptive resources for students with autism. The resources include real life picture scenes, workbooks and more! Spring speech therapy activities are engaging, exciting, and ready to use today! Let’s jump right into the round up! 

Picture Scenes For Speech Therapy:

Spring Edition

First up is Spring Picture Scenes. The picture scenes include real life pictures for speech therapy! This is the spring edition, so think baby animals, beautiful flowers, and flowing fields with tulips! 20 engaging images are included that can easily be shown to students on IPads, Smartboards, computers or even chromebooks. Even better, pictures can easily be printed out and laminated for classroom use over the years! The images are great for practicing with receptive language, expressive language, and social language skills! Learners of all ages and mixed groups could benefit from these spring picture scenes.

Still on the fence? Take a look at some of the reviews! Jennifer K. reports she was extremely satisfied and also left this review, “Versatile resource that can be used to target many different IEP goals.” One more testimony is from Michelle C., who works primarily with students with learning difficulties, and with mild to severe disabilities. Michelle says she was extremely satisfied and also reported, “I used this resource to target a variety of language goals.” Check out the link to TpT here for the resource today!

Spring Adapted Book

Up next is the Spring Adapted Book! Take some time and practice reading with photographic images appropriate for all age groups! Mixed groups and students with AAC devices will also easily be able to participate with this book! The Spring Adapted Book is an incredible opportunity to engage learners with autism in elementary or secondary settings. The spring adapted book can easily be projected from a Smartboard, viewed on a computer or device, or even printed out for easy use! Keep therapy functional, and fun with this easy, no prep book! Looking for some reviews? Check out these from Teachers Pay Teachers! Anne T. says, “Another wonderful seasonal book with real photos.  My students with ASD enjoy these, especially the older students who can find clip art too juvenile. Thanks!” You really can’t go wrong with this purchase! Click the link to grab the spring adapted book right now!

One more exceptional resource for students with autism is the Speech Language Activities workbook in the Spring Edition. This is a comprehensive workbook with 47 full functioning activities to use with no prep right now.  Students will get practice with labeling, matching, reading comprehension, social skills, categories, synonyms, antonyms, multiple meaning words, vocabulary, comprehension questions and following directions. Activities in this workbook will work in therapy sessions or at home with families to continually work on those functional language skills that are so valuable to our students with autism. Grab yours now by clicking here!

Spring activities are here! The birds are chirping, the sun is shining, and it is time to share this fantastic season with our students in therapy or at home with their families. 

If you are still looking for more resources, check out this School Aged Autism Bundle, which will cover all of the seasons, other interesting real world topics, workbook activities and more! Spring is a wonderful time of year. It is time to share spring with our students with autism with these ready to use, low prep, Spring Speech Therapy Activities!

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IEP Goal Bank

Writing IEPs for autistic learners can feel daunting.


From this free download, you'll get real-life examples of specific, measurable goals for expressive language, receptive language, play skills, and imitation.

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