One of the benefits to seeing students in a center-based program, is that they are in our classrooms far greater than the 30 minutes of speech therapy we often spend in direct instruction. I make and use these articulation sheets to post in the classroom. These sheets can be laminated and hung on the wall. I use a dry erase marker and write the initials of each child working on that sound. This allow the teacher or paraprofessional to easy target these common words while in that play-area.
Targeted sounds include: K, G, S, Z, F, V, S-Blends
Targeted classroom areas include: art center, books, play kitchen, blocks/trucks, snack table, sensory table
To use: Cut out each table and attach it to a shelf or wall in that preschool play area. Utilize the Student Sound Quick List form (page 11) to make a quick chart and hang near the teacher’s desk or doorway to serve as a reminder for staff on each student’s goals.