Therapy Theme: Halloween

September 29, 2021 No Comments


October Speech Therapy: Halloween Theme

 “What’s in your box, Mrs. Elizabeth?”  

(Not everyone celebrates Halloween; for a Fall Theme for October click here)

So, I’m here today to share some organization tips and tricks, some free printables, and some links to great resources for Halloween speech therapy!

First off, I use tote boxes by season.  I use these very cute Monthly Labels and
have 4 boxes: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall.  I change them out in
the back of my car every 3 months and always have my evaluation box with


You can grab a free lesson plan for Halloween in the freebie library!  It includes Read-Alouds, Books, Songs & Movement Breaks, Toys & Games, and Free Printables & Boom Cards. 

Free Adaptive Book & Boom Cards

10 Silly Pumpkins

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    I have created an interactive adaptive book and Boom Card deck that covers speech, language, counting (kindergarten common core standards for math), and reading ELA (kindergarten standards for ELA).  It includes sentence strips for expanding utterances and adorable pumpkin characters! 

    Favorite Fall Games


    Sneaky Snacky Squirrel targets colors, counting, etc.  



    Leaf Puzzle


    Alphabet Acorns by
    Learning resources is great for our little ones whose “Favorite Things”
    include letters.  You can practice core words like open, colors, and

     How Many Acorns puzzle is great for numbers, colors, and other fall fun!


    Favorite Fall Books

    There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat  by Lucille Colandro

    There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Ghost by Lucille Colandro

    There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves by Lucille Colandro

    The Runaway Pumpkin by Kevin Lewis

    Hello Fall by Debora Deisen

    Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson

    Favorite Fall Read Alouds

    The Runaway Pumpkin

    Hello Fall

    Counting on Fall

    Room on the Broom

    Favorite Fall Songs and Movement Breaks

    Autumn Leaves are Falling Down

    Five Little Pumpkins

    Five Little Ghosts 

    Five Little Monsters 

    Pete the Cat Fall

     Favorite Fall Freebies!!!

    Ausome Speech: Free Old Lady Dressup Boom Cards

                                Fall Vocabulary Printables 

                                Halloween Boom Cards for Initial G

                                10 Silly Pumpkins Book and Boom Cards

    Sunflower Speech: CVC Bowling

    Speech Scribblez: Spooky Spatial Directions

    Speechie Adventures: Build a Scarecrow

    Panda Speech: Fall Listen Up 

    Daily Cup of Speech: Spatial Concepts Freebie 

    Angie S TpT:  Fall Yes/No 

    The Singling SLP: All The Kids are Trick or Treating


    Humpty Dumpty DID have a great fall! 

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    Elizabeth has been a Speech Language Pathologist since 2005. She has special interests in Autism and ADHD. Some of Elizabeth's experience comes from years of development and training in pediatric private practice, but the majority has come from raising her four children. Her household includes neurodiverse family members. Elizabeth enjoys supporting families and professionals with her experience from both sides of the table. Learning to merge the "normal" and "autistic" worlds has led to the most success, both professionally and at home. Read More

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      Prior Speaking Experiences

      -Guilford Child Development: Autism in the Early Childhood Setting
      -Cheshire Speech and Voice: Effective Tools for increasing Sensory Integration for Speech/Language Intervention; Autism
      -Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute: Autism
      -CHIPS Greensboro: Autism for Professionals
      -NCSHLA: Teletherapy (Including the Parent Perspective)
      -Telepractice Today: Podcast (Parent and SLP Perspectives)
      -UNC Chapel Hill: Guest Lecture
      -Abled Not Labeled: Presenter (Intro to Neurodiversity)