Speech and Language Games

Your child learns best through play, and will be more motivated if you make activities play based. Playing games, reading together, completing an art project, or getting outside to do some sports as a family are simple ways to have fun with your child, while also building critical skills that link to foundational academic skills, and help them to navigate social relationships. Developing your child’s speech and language skills is an important part of their academic success.

Games that target your child’s speech and language can help them to become more confident and help provide a fun opportunity to practice their reading, social relationships, and more! Project Play Therapy’s SLP Team has created some fun downloadable games that you are your family can enjoy together! Click the links to download instructions for each game.

Speech and Language Games:

Add A Shine To Stories and Reading

This fun game uses a flashlight to liven up reading time with your child. Kids will love turning off the lights and turning on their imagination.

Add Shine To Stories and Reading

The Bag Game

This game is fun way to practice your child’s vocabulary, language, and articulation. The best part is it requires items easily found in your home.

The Bag Game

Stack That Vocabulary

If your child is working on specific words, questions, or parts of speech, you can use this game to make practicing fun! An added bonus is building the towers also works on fine motor skills.

Stack That Vocabulary

Stretch Your Books Activity

You can use this game to help your child practice reading while also building other language skills, such as WH questions or sequencing.

Stretch Your Book

We hope these speech and language games give you an easy and fun way to work on skills, while enjoying time together.