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3 Back to School Group Play Activities from a Speech Therapist

You’re off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, So… get on your way!”-Dr. Seuss

Group activities are always a great way to break the ice and engage children, but not every activity appeals to all age groups.

1. Vocabulary Scavenger Hunt: Children explore the classroom for vocabulary words on index cards. Once found, the students must pronounce and define the word before they can claim it.

2. Hopscotch Words: Make a traditional hopscotch grid (you can use blue painter’s tape on the floor) and fill each square with a different word instead of a number. Students are so busy having fun that they don’t realize they are practicing pronunciation.

3. I Spy: Everyone’s favorite car game can be adapted to the classroom to help with sentence fluency. The person who makes the correct guess must use the item’s name in a sentence before starting their turn.


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1. The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi

2. The Smallest Spot of a Dot by Linsey Davis & Michael Tyler

3. Have the Best Day Ever by Kaitlyn Mccarty

4. The Circles All Around Us by Brad Montague


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