Winter Songs for Speech Therapy
If you've been following my Free Activities for Teletherapy series, You know that Super Simple has great videos.
Here are some of my favorite winter songs for littles:
I'm a Little Snowman by Super Simple is a wonderful repetitive song for the vocabulary of eyes, nose, scarf, hat, buttons.
Little Snowflake is one of my hands-down favorite YouTube songs for preschoolers. It's that adorable! Target articulation: /sn/ snowflake, /f/ falling, verb+ing (falling, skating), What doing? questions, and simple vocabulary: body parts (head, nose, hair), winter clothing (hat, scarf).
Three Little Kittens The kittens have lost their mittens! Target regular plurals (mittens, kittens), initial /m/ (meow, mittens), past tense verbs and What happened? questions (lost, found, washed)
Snowflakes, Snowflakes by the Kiboomers is sung with nice slow pace making it great to target /sn/ blends and work in a movement activity too.
Five Little Snowmen by the Kiboomers targets s-blends (standing, stayed, snowman), /s/ (sun) and regular past-tense (melted).
Snowflakes Song by the Learning Station is another fun song for those s-blends.
Guess what Santa forgot- by comparing pictures of Santa. Great for /s/ too (silly, Santa).
Get them moving mid-session with these movement break songs:
Winter Hokey Pokey by the Kiboomers
Snowman Freeze by the Learning Station
For your bigger kids:
Koo Koo Kangaroo Brrrr This one is a bit challenging for preschool but will get your Elementary kiddos moving (and freezing). Target 'ar" and r-blends as it repeats "Brrr", "R, R, R", and "freeze".
I have a great list for you here: