I am so excited about these notebooks. I love having a wide variety of activities available to use to target articulation sounds and these notebooks are filled with them. Students love having their own notebook and really take pride and ownership of them. I always keep the notebooks in the speech room and pull them out once a week to get some hands on speech fun. These are also a perfect addition to your speech centers for students that are able to work independently!
This bundle includes notebook activities for R, SH, CH, and TH sounds.
Each packet includes the following activities for each sound:
Pages 3-5- Cover page options
Page 6- My Word List: I love having a big reference sheet at the front of the notebook. I have my students pull this out while we are playing a game so they can choose the targets they want to practice before each turn. This will also come in handy for some of the notebook activities.
Page 7- Rainbow Doodles: Choose 3 colors and write each target 3 times (on top of each other) to make the words look super colorful! Page 8- Color by Word
Page 9- Find the Words
Page 10- Sort It Out: Each word provided contains the target sound in the initial, medial, or final position. Cut out each word from the word list. Say each word out loud then glue it in the correct column.
Page 11: Pockets Full of Speech Sounds: Cut out each pocket. Fold and glue it into your notebook. Cut out each picture and sort it into the correct pocket.
Page 12-13- Speech Stackers: Cut out each circle. Write a word, phrase or sentence on the corresponding circles that contain a target sound. Glue the top of each circle on top of each other, starting with the largest circle on the bottom.
Page 14- Word Search
Page 15- Sweet Speech: Color and cut out each piece of candy. Practice each word before you glue it into the candy jar!
Pages 16-18- Tic-Tac-Toe (words, phrases, and sentences included)
Page 19- Puzzle Piece Match Up
Color, cut, and paste each picture puzzle piece to it’s matching word.
Page 20- Fabulous 4 Square: Choose a target word to write in the first box. Then more around the square completing the tasks: say it, write it, draw it, make a sentence.
Page 21- Speech Goal Sheet
Students can keep track of their own progress with a student friendly data sheet!