Therapy for apraxia needs to be tailored to individual children.  Though boxed programs are nice to get started, targets should be selected based on the child’s individual sound repertoire and stimulability.  I try to create games that leave the target selection open, while still stimulating a lot of reps, and I also make book companions to a lot of repetitive books I read to also stimulate more reps. Finally, I have some traditional syllable shape activities: (CV, VC, CVCV etc) that are all on my TpT store: SLPMommyofApraxia

Motivating Games for Speech Therapy!

Games on my TpT store.
Pot O’gold Articulation Game
Say it like a Costume Character: a Prosody enhancing game
Spooky Spider Web Game for Apraxia
Feed The Snowman Articulation Game
How ’bout them apples? Articulation Game

Book Speech/Language Activity Packs:
Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell
Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick
Old Lady who Swallowed a Clover
The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything
Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie
Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose
The Gingerbread Man
Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow

Dauber games for repetitive practice:
Spring themed dauber/DOT games for repetitive practice
Winter holiday themed dauber games

Subject pronoun has/have activity packs:
Valentine Theme
St. Patrick’s Day Theme
Winter Theme
Thanksgiving Theme


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