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  • Writer's pictureStacy Crouse

Snow Themed Activities For Teletherapy and Speech Therapy

Just as winter (usually) brings an abundance of snow in Iowa, there are tons of snow-themed activities for speech therapy! But don't worry, you and your students won't even have to experience one shiver with these ideas– they're all digital activities that can be used in teletherapy or in-person therapy!


Snow Themed PDF Activities for Speech Therapy

This PDF is the ultimate mixed group activity! It is full of interactive elements (such as check boxes and clickable buttons) to keep students engaged in the 6 included activities. The goals that can be addressed include story comprehension, basic concepts, vocabulary, formulating sentences, and more!


Snow-themed language activity being used on a laptop in speech therapy

And while we're talking about mixed groups.... If you own this resource you know how easy it is to use for articulation and language. Pages 9 and 10 of the PDF each contain a snowy scene, plus prompts right on the page for commonly targeted speech and language goals.


snowy winter scene on an iPad and printed for using in speech therapy

Snow Themed Boom Cards for Speech Therapy

Two sections of this versatile Boom Card deck (get it here on Boom) tie in perfectly with a snow theme, too! Not snow-related, but equally as exciting to students, is the flashlight used to find objects on some of the cards!


a winter scene Boom Card deck where students search to find a list of winter vocabulary words in a teletherapy session

This language and reading comprehension deck (get it here on Boom) has one informational passage and one short story with the theme of snow. It's the perfect way to engage students as you get some quality data on comprehension questions!


a winter and snow themed comprehension question for a Boom Card passage being used on an iPad in speech therapy

And since we're talking about helpful tools for progress monitoring this winter... check out this deck (get it here on Boom)! Whether you're going all out on the snow theme or no theme, this deck is a staple for language therapy!


winter themed directions Boom Card activity being played on an iPad in speech therapy

Snow Themed Books for Speech Therapy

Search the following book titles/authors wherever you access digital versions of books (your local library, YouTube, websites, online stores, etc.). They would make great additions to your snow theme this year!

  • Brave Irene by William Steig

  • The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats

  • First Snow by Bomi Park

  • In the Snow by Elizabeth Spurr

  • Snow by Uri Shulevitz

  • No Two Snowflakes by Sheree Fitch

  • Once Upon a Snowstorm by Richard Johnson

  • When the Snow Falls by Linda Booth Sweeney

  • We're Going on a Bear Hunt: Snow Globe Edition by Michael Rosen

  • A Loud Winter's Nap by Katy Hudson


Snow Themed Videos for Speech Therapy


Snow Themed Games & Activities


a snow-themed fill-in-the-blanks activity being used for older students in speech therapy


Snow Themed Activities for Older Students

  • This article on Readworks.org discusses the possibility of using "E-days" (electronic workdays) as an end to snow days.... that's a topic that's sure to get your students talking!

  • Recycling snow? This article from Smithsonian Magazine discusses using snow as a resource!

  • This Simon's Cat video (mentioned above) is great for older students too!

  • And just for fun, this snowflake game (on Squigly's Playhouse) involves finding as many groups of three like snowflakes as possible.

  • This extreme weather PDF resource contains a section all about blizzards. After reading an informational passage, students answer the questions that target making inferences, comprehension, vocabulary, synonyms, and antonyms.


a passage about blizzards displayed on a laptop during a teletherapy session

There's snow doubt that you can find something for everyone with this complete list of fun, wintertime activities! Need even more therapy ideas for this time of year? Use a snowman theme in speech therapy and get loads of links to winter activities in this FREE spreadsheet!


NOTE: Several of the links in this post go to websites for which I have no affiliation. The links are provided for your convenience only. This post does not signify endorsement of any of the above websites or resources (other than those I have created on TpT and/or Boom Learning), and I have no responsibility or liability for any of the other content or information shared in this post.


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