Using Lego For Speech Therapy


Kids love lego, so it only makes sense to try to use it in speech therapy. Below are some great articles and resources about using lego for speech therapy.

  • How Lego Therapy Can Help Children With Special Needs
    • Both formal and informal Lego groups have been popping up all over the world – in fact, Lego therapy is now considered a successful type of play therapy.  Several educational and medical studies in the UK and the USA found that facilitated group projects with Legos can help develop and reinforce play skills and social skills such as…
  • Pinterest Inspired Lego Games
    • I saw this idea on Pinterest and after 20 minutes or so of trying was unable to find the original link.  I loved this idea so much that I just had to make one for myself. I love Legos, my students love Legos and who couldn’t love a Lego game?…
  • How to Use Lego in Speech Therapy
    • [Lego] is a fantastic toy – it builds imagination, perseverance, spatial and visual skills, problem-solving…  There are also loads of opportunities to develop language with Lego. Here are a few ideas…
  • Speech Therapy Activities Using Jello Legos
    • Not long ago I saw a video about making Lego’s out of Jell-O and thought “what a perfectly fun thing to do in therapy.” The video starts with an introduction of the ingredients and then a detailed process about how to make the gummies…
  • Speech Therapy Is Child’s Play With Legos
    • The majority of boys on my K-5 caseload are LEGO maniacs.  I couldn’t be more thrilled, as I am all in favor of any creative activity that doesn’t include a battery or video screen, so I have been searching for ways to use LEGOs in therapy…