This product was designed to get kids up and practicing their sounds out of the speech room. They take the cards to the hallways or other classrooms to reinforce their good articulation skills.
This packet includes 4 types of carry-over activity cards for each of the following sounds: /s, r, l, k, sh, ch, th/ plus blends. They can also be used for role play if leaving the classroom is not an option. I purposely did not underline or highlight the target sounds because I like having my kids do this before practicing.
-Interview a friend cards - Students find a friend/faculty member in the hallway or another classroom. They ask the questions on the card and wait for a response. Students rate themselves using the picture cues on the card. This can be repeated several times using the same questions with different people.
-Make a phone call cards – Students can either make an actual phone call using the question on the card or just role play. I like to role play lots of possible scenarios, then let students look up the number in a phone book and make an actual call.
-Give information cards – Students find a faculty member or student and read them the information on the card. Then they rate themselves.
-Tell a joke cards – Students find a friend or faculty member
to tell a joke. They then rate themselves using picture cues.
-Data tracking cards – The therapist or students can use these to track their own data.
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