Updated: Apr 8, 2021
These FREE Superhero Themed Materials for Teletherapy will guide your planned implementation of a thematic approach in your speech sessions in conjunction with the NO PRINT All Year Club Language Pack BUNDLE. As a mom of four boys, there are always villains to conquer in my house. Of course, conquering villains requires a superhero. The same goes for my teletherapy sessions. Metaphorically speaking, the articulation, fluency, voice, language, and social communication villains (i.e., disorders) need the superhero students to conquer them!
Before you decide to take on this theme in your speech therapy sessions, ensure that there is a clear connection between superheroes and your students. If your student doesn't like superheroes or hasn't seen any of the movies or read any of the comics, then this theme won't be relevant to the child's life. Relevance is key to individualization and creating a salient topic for your students!
Kindle Cloud Reader Ebooks (Free with Prime Reading or Kindle Unlimited)
Kids News Articles (Free Educator/Teacher Smithsonian Tween Tribune Account)
Worksheets from Education.com (Download 7 FREE with Basic Membership)
Speech and Language Integration FREEBIES
Superhero Language Pack Sampler - The Speech Serenade (Included in your VIP Subscriber Library)
Distance Learning Google Slides™ Superhero Close Reading - 24/7 Teacher
Create a SuperHERO Narrative! - The SuperHERO Teacher
Spelling CVC Words BOOM Cards™ - Short o - Build A Superhero Game - Speech Your Mind
Speech Therapy Descriptions Pronouns & Verbs - Language, Speech, and Literacy
No Prep Digital Apraxia Build a Superhero Game - Speech Therapy Plans
Social Distancing Poster | Be A Social Distancing Superhero | Safety Rules - The Exceptional Playground
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If you discover more FREE materials and resources for a superhero theme, I'd love to know! Fill out the feedback form at the bottom of this page with your comments!
-Angela C. Hancock, MSP, CCC-SLP
Pssst....There are a couple of perfect pairings for a superhero theme with elementary-aged students. To see them, click on the links below:
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