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Apraxia: Moving from Sounds in Isolation to Syllables to Multi-Syllabic Words

Apraxia: Moving from Sounds in Isolation to Syllables to Multi-Syllabic Words
Apraxia: Moving from Sounds in Isolation to Syllables to Multi-Syllabic Words
Apraxia: Moving from Sounds in Isolation to Syllables to Multi-Syllabic Words
Apraxia: Moving from Sounds in Isolation to Syllables to Multi-Syllabic Words
Apraxia: Moving from Sounds in Isolation to Syllables to Multi-Syllabic Words
Apraxia: Moving from Sounds in Isolation to Syllables to Multi-Syllabic Words
Apraxia: Moving from Sounds in Isolation to Syllables to Multi-Syllabic Words
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This activity promotes development of motor programming and planning for English consonants in isolation, at the single syllable level, and then at the two-, three-, four-, and five-syllable word levels. The "talking turtle" pages target sounds in isolation and then encourage carryover to single and multisyllabic words. Flashcards contain 24 two-syllable words, 24 three-syllable words, and 16 four to five-syllable words. Flashcards can be printed once for use as drill cards or twice for creation of games such as Go Fish and Memory. Great activity for children with motor programming issues, speech sound development disorders, and apraxia of speech as well as for children who exhibit syllable reduction (phonological process) in their utterances. I hope you enjoy it!
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32 pages
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