Do you walk by all those nicely decorated bulletin boards in the school hallways and wish you had a FUN, pretty bulletin board in your room? But…you feel like you don’t have time and energy to “decorate”? I have a lot of great speech therapy bulletin boards that will be worth your time because they will had color and function to your therapy.
I enjoyed decorating my speech room when I knew that my decor had a purpose. You can check out my blog post on how to make your speech room pretty and functional HERE!
A couple of years ago, I shared a blog post about speech therapy bulletin boards that would allow you to target speech and language goals! Check it out HERE!
Speech Therapy Bulletin Boards For Articulation
Make a an articulation visuals bulletin board! Before practicing at the speech table, head over to the articulation bulletin board and practice tongue/mouth placement with this FUNctional articulation visuals from Let’s Talk Speech Therapy.
I love these speech therapy bulletin board decor packs from Kiwi Speech, especially the “why we play games?” poster! Bulletin boards are a great way to visual showcase what we do as SLPs and provide an easy way to utilize these visuals during our lessons.
Speech Therapy Bulletin Boards To Share About What SLPs Treat
Putting up a snazzy bulletin board that shares about all the different areas we SLPs treat helps spread awareness about our expertise. This is a great hallway bulletin board that you can get from Putting Words In Your Mouth.
You can use my mouth craftivity to target goals in therapy or draw awareness about speech and language disorders!
Speech Therapy Bulletin Boards For Motivation & Accountability
Make a bulletin board that reminds your students that the speech room is a safe and loving place to go! We can make a bulletin board that shares encouragement. Check out how SLPTalk made this cute bulletin board HERE! I found some wood bulletin board paper on amazon.
Make a goal bulletin board for students to review their speech goals at the start of the therapy session. This helps students be more aware of what they are working on in speech. The pops of color from Nicole’s bulletin board come from using colorful astrobrights paper (amazon affiliate link included).
This year I am going to be trying something new with my older students. We are going to track our data on a visual graph at the end of our sessions. I am going to keep them on a bulletin board to remind ME to do it on a regular basis. For confidentiality, I am going to have only initials on each graph chart. Click on the pink button below to get this FREE template.
Here is another goal bulletin board from Speech Me Maybe! She took envelopes and attached them to the board with clothespins that have a push pin glued on the back. Students can get their goal cards out to review before starting therapy!
Speech Therapy Bulletin Boards For Mixed Groups
The Type B SLP made this amazing “Who Am I?” riddle bulletin board that can be used to target language or articulation goals! Find out more about it HERE.
I love having a blank bulletin board to add visuals, crafts, my students work or anything I may need during the year for my caseload. I love the background from A Perfect Blend
Speech Therapy Bulletin Boards For Language
Crazy speech world made a bulletin board that has themed tier 2 vocabulary words, so you can have targeted vocabulary words on display every week. I love using themes in my therapy plans, so this is a great way to visually showcase a set of new words for students to review.
Do you have a FUNctional bulletin board in your speech room? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I would love to share in a future blog post! Tag me on instagram @thedabblingspeechie and use the hashtag #slpbulletinboards to inspire more SLPs!