Home Speech Therapy Ideas



Often when your child needs Speech Therapy, everyone in the family gets frustrated when he can’t get his point across. As a parent, sometimes you feel lost, not sure if you are doing enough.

Do you feel your child should have caught up by now or that you are missing something? Parents like you know that expert help is important, but sometimes getting that help is a battle, isn’t it?

In this section of the site you will find a selection of toys, games and everyday activities to promote Speech and Language Development. Choose from the images below to be taken to the section you are looking for;


Language Development
Spelling Games



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If you are a homeschooling parent or looking to support your child in their language development for school. You may be interested in our teachers pages here.

Spelling Games
Math Games for Kids
Reading Games for Kids



IMPORTANT NOTE: The information provided on the site is intended as general guidelines only and is not intended to replace the advice from your own qualified Speech and Language Therapist or Speech Language Pathologist. To read more about this please see our disclaimer here.

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Top Talking Tips...

Sing Nursery Rhymes and Action Songs

Traditional songs and rhymes have hand actions that let your child join in and take a turn, even before they can sing the words.

This helps to work on listening, attention, imitation and turntaking, all important skills for Speech and Language development!