In these feed the animal games for speech therapy you feed the animal it’s food as you uncover your speech targets! Your students are going to have so much fun playing this interactive game! You can use this game in teletherapy on a computer, on a smartboard or on your iPad! As the animal eats the food, you will also hear eating sound effects.
Feed the dog
Feed the cat
Feed the fish
Feed the mouse
Feed the parrot
Feed the rabbit
DIGITAL FEED THE ANIMAL GAMES FOR SPEECH THERAPY
THREE WAYS TO PLAY
- You can choose to play with one of the 47 included phoneme slides. 14 phonemes are covered in this activity in initial, medial, final and mixed positions. As you feed the animal food, speech words appear where the food used to be. There are 10 words/food on each slide.
- OR you can play the open-ended slide (there are no targets hidden under the food).
- OR you can create your own version of this game by inserting your own image targets under the food.
If you are using these on a computer, you will need to open them in the desktop version of PowerPoint (2016 or newer). We can NOT guarantee these will work in the browser-based web app version of PowerPoint on a computer. If you want to add your own targets you need the paid version of PowerPoint, not the read-only version! HOWEVER, even without the editing capabilities, you can still play this game and, as-is, this is a comprehensive articulation, and open-ended, game.
If you want to add your own targets you need to edit the game on your computer, even if you intend to use it on an iPad afterward. For editing, you need the paid version of PowerPoint, not the read-only version! HOWEVER, even without the editing capabilities, you can still play this game and, as-is, this is a comprehensive articulation, and open-ended, game. If you are using these on an iPad you will need to open them in the free iPad app version of PowerPoint. No paid 365 subscription is needed for these games when played on an iPad.
To play these games in teletherapy you need to open the game on your computer and then share your screen within your teletherapy platform. Then IF your platform allows it you can share mouse controls so the student can interact with the game. This step is NOT essential, you can still use these in a fun engaging way without giving mouse controls, you can just interact with the game for the student. In this situation I have the student tell me what to choose and when to do certain things in the game. It helps them maintain a sense of control and participation.
DOWNLOAD YOUR DIGITAL FEED THE ANIMAL HERE
These are digital, no print, PowerPoint games! They work interactively on your device. Please read the information provided above regarding which software you will need to use them. We have provided links to tutorial videos in the downloads. You can also find the tutorial videos linked below.
Feed the Animal Games
We want you to feel confident using our materials, so we provide detailed tutorial videos with every download. Watch the video below to learn more about setting up and using this material. In some of our tutorial videos, we show this activity available on Teachers Pay Teachers, but if you are a Simply Speaking SLP Club member, you don’t need to access these on TPT, you can download the materials right from this page.