Folder Games

Folder Games are one of our favourite therapy tools for individualizing speech practice while also promoting repetition in a fun way.  Folder games are activities contained within a single file folder.  With attractive artwork and motivating tasks, folder games offer highly focused speech practice opportunities to support a variety of motor speech goals.

Our folder games can be used to help improve jaw control, labial facial control and anterior-posterior tongue control.

CLICK HERE to see a list of all the folder games available and the recommended speech subsystem to target.

Yes! Folder games are so flexible that they can be used for many different therapy goals including articulation targets (i.e., for a variety of phoneme sounds), vocabulary targets (e.g., labeling animals, foods, body parts), expressive language targets (e.g., combining words) and receptive language targets (e.g., following directions, understanding a variety of wh- questions).  Folder games can also help to establish therapy routines (i.e., turn taking, imitation, completing activities) and can bridge the gap between the therapy room and home practice when giving parents homework activities.


Yes! Parents who wish to use folder games for home practice can work with their SLP for guidance on routines that will support their child’s specific speech and/or language goals.

To Order

Folder Games are available for sale at our Institute. Games are sold in sets of 5 and all games come in a labeled folder with activity instructions, suggested words and phrases, activity pieces and assembly instructions.

To purchase folder games individually, please visit Teachers Pay Teachers.

** Please note that not all the folder games are available individually on Teachers Pay Teachers at this time

To order, please complete an order form below and contact Sylvia Steward or 416-491-7771 x 226

Order Form

For an order form, please click HERE

Funds raised by the sale of The Speech & Stuttering Institute’s Folder Games will support our clinical therapy programs, including subsidies for families who cannot afford treatment.