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Digital Speech Therapy Materials

Seasonal Digital Board Games for Speech Therapy

With these interactive seasonal digital board games for speech therapy, your students will enjoy playing seasonally themed board games all year long while also targeting their goals. These games are fully interactive with moveable game pieces, a dice spinner, and a spinner showing the player’s speech repetitions. There is also a second version of each theme included that allows you to easily add your own targets under the question buttons! You will be able to target so many different goals with these easy to use games! These games are awesome for teletherapy or use them in traditional sessions on a laptop.

You can use these digital games to keep your speech therapy students engaged all year long! There is a themed board included for every month of the year. The themes match an American year. 

Digital Seasonal Board Games Teletherapy or iPad


On this page, you will find our seasonal themed board games.  We have included multiple file types to meet the needs of all our members. Be sure to download the versions that best fits your needs. 

Included Themes:
  1. January – Winter
  2. February – Valentines Day
  3. March – St Patrick’s Day
  4. April – Easter
  5. May – Spring
  6. June – Summer
  7. July – 4th of July
  8. August – Back to School
  9. September – Fall Leaves
  10. October – Pumpkins
  11. November – Thanksgiving
  12. December – Christmas

Click here to view our other board games that are not seasonal in theme.

Important Information!

Windows Computer Users

You can use any of the games on this page. The most interactive for you would be the games that are under the ‘Windows PowerPoint’ heading. These are macro-enabled games and require PowerPoint 2016 or later. However, you can also use the Mac version in PowerPoint or Google slides. The PDF versions will also work for you. Each set comes with an editable and open-ended option with the spinner for moving spaces and speech productions. There is a different tutorial video for each verison. 

Mac Computer Users

You can choose to download the ‘Mac Version’ or the ‘PDF version’. The ‘Mac Version’ has all the themed games in one document. It can be opened in PowerPoint or google slides. Just like the windows version, this includes moveable game pieces and an editable interactive dice spinner included so you can add your targets under the buttons. A full tutorial is included to explain how to use these. The PDF version can also be used in a PDF reader if you prefer to use annotation tools for game pieces. 

iPad Users

You can choose to download the ‘Mac Version’ or the ‘PDF version’.  The ‘Mac Version’ can be opened in PowerPoint or Google Slides on your iPad (if you don’t have a PowerPoint sign in to allow editing, then use google slides, it’s free). You will then be able to use the drag and drop game pieces. You then use a real dice instead of the digital dice spinner. In google slides you can change the slide layout like this:

  1. Touch and hold the slide you want to change.
  2. At the top right, tap More  Change layout.
  3. Tap the layout you want to use.

The PDF version can also be used in a PDF reader app like Apple Books. You can then lay your iPad on the table and use real game counters and a dice to play. 

Teletherapy Use

To play these games in teletherapy you need to open the game (and digital dice if applicable) on your computer (use the info above to help you decide which game version to use) and then share your screen within your teletherapy platform. Then IF your platform allows it you can share mouse controls so the student can move their own game piece. This step is NOT essential, you can still use these in a fun engaging way without giving mouse controls, you can just move the game piece for the student. In this situation I have the student tell me when to spin the spinner and when to stop it. It helps them maintain a sense of control and participation in the game. 

WINDOWS USERS: If you are using the Windows version you NEED to make sure you don’t move the game off your main monitor! If you have 2 monitors make sure the game is on your main monitor when in present mode. If you want to be able to move the game off your main monitor then use the Mac or PDF versions available below instead, they will work for you. 


These are digital, no print, 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. 

Click the download button/s to start the download. Our resources are jam-packed with goodness and sometimes that means the download may take a few moments longer than you expected. Please be patient, these activities are worth the wait! Once downloaded, the files will likely save to your downloads folder on your computer. Be sure to remove them from the folder they were downloaded in and save them somewhere easy to access on your computer. Don’t forget to watch the tutorial video provided with the download so you get the most out of these fun and engaging resources! 

Tutorial Videos

We want you to feel confident using our materials, so we provide detailed tutorial videos with every download. Click the buttons 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. 

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