Speech & Language activities: Royal visit to the beach


Please use these activities to remember Queen Elizabeth II with your little ones.

Speech and Language Resources
– Activity: Where does it belong?

Available in Welsh.

Speech and Language Resources

These activities linked to the Littlemagictrain adventures help to support children’s speech and language skills.

Royal visit to the beach activities

Liz Shoreman, Speech Therapist, from The Speech Bubble* has created these activities to help with speech and language development.

Royal visit to the beach: Sorting activity

The target of this activity is to be able to the understand the question “where?” and to be able to make links and associations between objects and locations (Semantic knowledge).

Royal visit to the beach: Sorting activity

This activity includes:

  • Two scenes (beach and palace)
  • Individual images
  • Word wheel
  • Extension activity.

*The Speech Bubble is an independent, paediatric speech & language therapy practice based in the North West. They have been working directly in schools and with local authorities since 2003 to help young people with SLCN (Speech, Language and Communication Needs).

Team members of The Speech Bubble first reached out to Littlemagictrain after using Littlemagictrain as a speech and language intervention in schools, recognising the benefits and its potential for developing speech, language and communication.

The Speech Bubble use Littlemagictrain to develop vocabulary, understanding, grammar and narrative skills. Our favourite sessions include ‘Visiting the Bears’, ‘Picnic on the Moon’ and ‘Under the Sea’.

The Speech Bubble also offer various training opportunities across all areas of Speech and Language. From LEGO therapy to ELKLAN to bespoke courses, team members have a combined experience of nearly 100 years and can offer training on a wide variety of topics.


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