Use the following articulation worksheets to improve your student’s speech production skills while reinforcing their literacy skills . Students have the ability to produce the sounds in isolation, words, and sentences while the printed word provides the student opportunities to practice letter-sound correspondence, segmentation, and blending.
The pages in this set are divided by the number of syllables in the words and also by initial/medial/ final positions of the target sound.
The sentence level tasks also address sentence structure, vocabulary, sight words, and grammar.
Front side of worksheet: Start by having the student identify the target letters in isolation and produce the sound that it makes. Therapist/teacher models the additional parts of the segmented word before asking the student to repeat. Then have the student blend the parts of the words together to form the whole word. Next, the student reads the printed word and writes it on the line provided.
Back side of the worksheet: Have the student choose 3 words from the front and combine each of them with at least one sight word from the word bank to form a grammatically correct sentence.
Recommended to use with Literacy Speaks! ® by Keli Richmond, M.S., CCC-SLP (http://www.literacyspeaks.com/)