Are you looking for articulation carry over activities that can also be used in your mixed groups for speech therapy? Need speech therapy materials that are LOW PREP?
For your older students working on carryover for the /s,z/ sounds, you can get in high repetitions while reading fiction and nonfiction texts, comparing/contrasting nouns with /s,z/, answering "what would you do" conversation starters, explaining how to do something with QR youtube video codes and picture sequence visual aids.
Sometimes you need a quick way to take data while completing articulation carryover activities, so there are data sheets included as well as the number of /s,z/ in each reading passage is counted for you!
These articulation activities can also be used as progress monitoring tools for the busy SLP.
This set of articulation carry over activities for initial, medial and final positions for /s,z/ are just the resource you need to help your speech students learn to generalize the correct production of /r/.
Activities included in this /s,z/ resource:
2 sets of data sheets
Fictional short stories for initial, medial, final /s,z/ (one story per sound and position) with a teacher copy and student copies that have visual cues and without visual cues
Non-fictional passages for initial, medial, final /s,z/ (one story per sound and position) with a teacher copy and student copies that have visual cues and without visual cues
Compare/contrast cards that contain the /s,z/ phonemes to explain similiarities and differences of two common nouns that have /s,z/ in the words.
What would you do? Conversational starter cards for /s,z/
Picture scene sequencing visuals with the /s,z/ phonemes
QR code cards for "how to" youtube video links to work on comprehension, sequencing and vocabulary with the /s,z/ phonemes
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Articulation Carryover Activities For /r/
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