Articulation Animal Hats

Articulation Animal Hats
Articulation Animal Hats
Articulation Animal Hats
Articulation Animal Hats
Articulation Animal Hats
Articulation Animal Hats
Articulation Animal Hats
Articulation Animal Hats
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  1. Looking for fun print-and-go activities and crafts to use in speech therapy? You’re in the right place! Students customize their own hat or headband while practicing their speech words and then have fun hat to take home for carryover/use for dramatic play. I have used these hats and headbands with m
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Send your articulation students home with speech activities they can't wait to show off! Children love making hats/headbands in speech and are eager to wear them back to class / home to share with their teachers and parents.

Animal Hats for Speech Therapy
After practicing target speech words the designated number of times, students may color the hats. Once all words have been completed, students cut out the hat and the bottom strip to create their hats. Children may need help measuring their heads in order to make the hats fit correctly. Animal hats can be assembled using glue or clear tape. The headbands are great for dramatic play or for animal themes.

The animal hats are included in the headbands/hats savings bundle: Speech Headbands BUNDLE

Table of Contents
CVC Words – Page 3
P Sound – Pages 4-6
B Sound – Pages 7-9
T Sound – Pages 10-12
D Sound – Pages 13-15
M Sound – Pages 16-18
N Sound – Pages 19-21
Initial H – Page 22
Initial W – Page 23
K Sound – Pages 24-26
G Sound – Pages 27-29
F Sound – Pages 30-32
V Sound – Page 33
S Sound – Pages 34-36
Initial Z – Page 37
S-Blends – Page 38
L-Blends – Page 39
L Sound – Pages 40-42
Vocalic R – Page 43
Prevocalic R – Page 44
R-Blends – Page 45
SH Sound – Page 46
CH Sound – Page 47
J Sound – Page 48
Personalize – Pages 49 - 66

*Target words are in written form for pages 43-48. All other hats have graphics depicting the articulation words. Animals on the each headband were selected to have the target phoneme and target word position. For example, a sheep was used for the initial /p/ headband and the /sh/ headband.

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