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New Year’s Activities and Resources for Speech and Language Therapy

Do you make New Year’s resolutions? Some years I do and other years I do not bother because I am horrible at keeping these vows to myself. Willpower is not always my pal; especially, when my list includes the words “become healthier.” I actually find I do best when I approach my plans on a week to week or month to month basis and that I call them ‘plans’ and not resolutions. The important thing is that I do still create plans. I feel that it is an important skill that we can teach our students. If we teach them to create an action plan for themselves (even it is only a week at a time plan), they can learn to carve out a path for personal success. New Year’s is a perfect time and way to introduce the topic of plans and/or resolutions while using fun and engaging resources and activities!

I have linked below books, songs, videos, games, and freebies with New Year’s themes in case you are interested in expanding your resources. For full disclosure, as an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases for the books listed below. The other activities and resources provided are not affiliated links. I hope these New Year’s-themed activities and resources are helpful to you and your students.

NEW YEARS THEMED BOOKS for LITERACY-BASED THERAPY:
NEW YEARS THEMED SONGS:
NEW YEARS THEMED VIDEOS:
NEW YEARS THEMED FREEBIES:

I hope you found some great activities and resources from those listed above that you can incorporate into your New Year-themed therapy plans to teach your students this important life lesson while addressing their speech and language needs! If you know of other engaging activities and resources, I would love to hear them!

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