Let students have some fun playing matching (Memory) and crossing grocery items off of their shopping lists while also working on everyday two-syllable words. This activity is great for those who demonstrate syllable reduction, apraxia of speech, and/or expressive vocabulary development delays. Ultimately, it was created for those with apraxia in mind to help them build from the single syllable level into two-syllable words using vocabulary that they will encounter daily. The activity encourages single-syllable and multisyllabic word practice in both real and nonsense words, promoting development of those specific motor patterns needed in speech output.
44 2-piece puzzles (stimuli); 6 grocery lists; re-printable shopping cart clip art
Increase the level of difficulty as student(s)’ skills increase. Phase into using the words in phrases (e.g., greasy French fries, taco Tuesday, mushroom pizza, etc.) and then sentences (e.g., “I put olives in my shopping cart.”) as appropriate.
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