Speech therapy students need to know the parts of their mouth and how they move to create speech.
I am so
guilty of jumping right into articulation therapy without teaching the ARTICULATORS first. Unfortunately, it always leaves me spending more time going backwards until the student and I are on the same page.
So, I created this No Print. By the end of the Anatomy for Speech Production lesson, your speech students will know the names of the articulators (listed below) and their functions as related to speech.
Since I started using this no print with my own caseload, I have seen a great deal of progress with my articulation students. They can describe exactly what their articulators should be doing to create their target sound. No more blank stares...
The best part is this material can be used to introduce every sound (p, b, t, d, n, k, g, l, s, z, r, w, y, sh, j, ch) for every age!
Check out the preview above; because telling your students to "touch their tongue tip to their alveolar ridge" can actually mean something to them!
Tongue parts: tip, sides, back, blade, base
Top Back Molars
Uvula (just for fun)
This articulation material is not themed to seasonal, so you can use all year!
Get this product FREE when you purchase-No Print How to Treat R
Please do not purchase this product if you are planning to purchase HOW to TREAT R.
Check out my other SLP resources:
-No Print Halloween Build a Scene for k and g
-No prep Lightning articulation for k, g, f, v, p, th, s, z, l and r
--No Print Sneezy the Snowman Book Companion Positional Concepts
--No Print Sneezy the Snowman Book Companion for Synonyms and Antonyms
--No Print Sneezy the Snowman Book Companion for Pronouns
--No Print Sneezy Snowman Book Companion for Sequencing
--No print Sneezy Snowman Book Companion for yes/no and Wh-Questions
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