Football Theme in Speech Therapy
We have fun celebrating the “BIG GAME” every February with a football theme in speech. I love Peyton Manning – former quarterback for the Colts and Broncos! I went to the University of Tennessee at the same time he was our quarterback, so we’re like BFFs…he just doesn’t know it. Anyway, I made this fun Lap Book the year he played in the Super Bowl and I update it every year. It’s an easy, interactive way to have fun with a football theme in speech therapy!
Football Lapbook for Speech Therapy:
- team name and mascots
- Left: a short writing prompt for the student to say WHO they think will win and WHY (challenge them to come up with at least one reason.)
- Center: a football field that you can use for descriptive writing (I used the EET method). The students can color the field after completing it.
- Right side: a flap at the top is a pocket for their football “practice” words (get it, practice?)
If the lap book is too much, check out this football craft!