I love October! It is by far my favorite month because my beautiful daughter was born this month and Halloween is my favorite holiday! There are also a lot of awesome freebies available on Teachers Pay Teachers for Halloween activities to use in speech therapy.
Here are ten amazing Halloween Freebies that I located!
- Halloween Reinforcement Worksheets by The Speech Attic has 10 pages of reinforcement fun!
- This next freebie is beyond awesome for your preschoolers. It includes the 5 pumpkins finger play but also an original fingerplay called ‘Trick or Treaters at your door’. Make sure to check out Speech Therapy Fingerplays: Halloween from Speech2U.
- If your students enjoy Mad Libs, you will want to check out the Halloween Freebie Mad Libs by SuperPowerSpeech.
- I found a fun Build A Face: Halloween game from Jennifer of Speech Therapy plans! This works great with mixed groups and can be used for articulation and/or language groups!
- If you are working on vocabulary, rhyming, and inferencing you will definitely want to check out the Spooky Clues by Peachie Speechie.
- Working on language and carryover articulation at the sentence level? Sarah Wu has a Free Halloween: Would you Rather bilingual set!
- If you are working on speech sounds, vocabulary, and basic sentence structure, check out the free Halloween Articulation Vocabulary Books by Speech is Sweet.
- I love crafts because you can build so much language into that task while still targeting articulation! I found this cute Halloween craft from Fun in Speech.
- Another wonderful craft I found for Halloween is this Halloween Triorama Sampler for Articulation, Language, and Social Skills by Creative Speech Lab.
- One more freebie that I wanted to share with you is one of my own! A few years back I created this social narrative about trick or treating. This freebie also includes awareness cards if parents want to help educate and advocate for their child. You can grab my Halloween Social Narrative Freebie here!
I also wrote a blog post on Speech Spotlight sharing tips on how to prepare our students for Halloween night. Here is my blog post on Halloween: Communicate, Advocate, and Educate.
I also found these great blog posts that include other great Halloween freebies!
Five Fab Halloween Freebies, Another Five Fab Halloween Freebies, and Five Fab Halloween Freebies part 2– Jessica from the digital SLP.
Free Halloween No Print Activities for Speech Therapy – Stacy Crouse, SLP
Halloween Freebies – Kim from Activity Tailor
5 Halloween Freebies for Speech Therapy – Carrie from Speech and Language Kids