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Articulation Dot Art: Ocean Edition! {All Sounds & NO Prep}

Mia McDaniel
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PreK - 4th, Homeschool
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No prep Dot Art is fun and easy for all ages and a great way to immediately reinforce correct sound productions. This packet, designed for all ages (including non-readers), includes various open-ended and sound specific pages made especially for your ocean-themed or summer-themed articulation therapy. You can also adapt this resource for use beyond articulation!

These are easy, print-n-go, fast-paced, and productive articulation activities. I find these especially useful for preschoolers and young children because it keeps little hands and minds busy.

About this resource

This 34-page resource includes:

29 dot art pages with little pictures depicting target sounds in initial, medial, and final positions.

At least 1 page for each of these phonemes: /r/, vocalic r, vocalic r variations, /r/ blends, /s/, /z/, /s/ blends, /l/, /l/ blends, /w/, /h/, "y", "sh", "ch", "j," "th," /f/, /v/, /k/, /g/, /t/, /d/, /p/, /b/, /m/, /n/, "-ng")

A Table of Contents for the phonemes

Dot art images for each phoneme vary as listed below:

1 page for consonant /r/ (shark)

1 page for /r/ blends (crab)

1 page for vocalic r (“er”) (sea turtle)

1 page for vocalic r variations (seahorses)

2 pages for /s/ (sea turtle and seahorses)

1 page for /s/ blends (dolphin/porpoise)

1 page for /z/ (fish)

1 page for /l/ (jellyfish)

1 page for /l/ blends (shark)

1 page for “sh” (fish)

1 page for “ch” (shark)

1 page for "j” (jellyfish)

2 pages for “th” (whale)

1 page for /f/ (dophin)

1 page for /v/ (crab)

1 page for /h/ (seahorses)

1 page for /w/ (whale)

1 page for “y” (jellyfish)

1 page for /k/ (shark)

1 page for /g/ (sea turtle)

1 page for /t/ (sea turtle)

1 page for /d/ (dolphin)

1 page for /p/ (dolphin/porpoise)

1 page for /b/ (crab)

1 page for /m/ (whale)

1 page for /n/ (dolphin)

1 page for “-ng” (jellyfish)

Be sure to download the preview for a much closer look!

How I use this resource

I use these pages in therapy for fun but intensive articulation practice. The circles (with the target pictures or printed words) should be dotted with paint (I use bingo style paint which I purchase at LakeShore Learning Company and Amazon)

Here are some of the ways you can use these pages in therapy:

1) SAY-AND-DOT ONE AT A TIME: Students are given bingo paint and allowed to “dot” the pictures in each little circle after saying the name of the picture 1, 2, 3, 5, or however many times I assign. Do this with each and every picture on the page.

2) HUNT, DOT and SAY: Have students find every giraffe (for example) on the page, dot each one and then say “giraffe” 1 time for each giraffe they found.

3) ADAPT TO STUDENT LEVELS: If a student is working at the phrase or sentence level, have him/her make a phrase (if the student cannot produce a phrase quickly, assign a carrier phrase like “I found the _____” or “ I see a _____” or “I ate a ______”) or sentence with each little picture. You can also have your students make a sentence with feather (for example) and then find and dot every feather on the page while you address the next student.

4) MAGNETIC TOKEN STYLE: If you prefer (or if you don’t have dot paint), you can use magnetic style tokens to cover the circles instead.

5) HOMEWORK: Just check the box next to “practice for homework” and send the page home for homework.

6) I SPY: Use it to play I Spy -tell or describe the picture the students needs to find, say and dot.

In the end, your students will have a painted, speech-inspired ocean masterpiece and you will have obtained TONS of productions from them! Once it dries, send home for "speech homework" or hang these up proudly for the world to see.

If you love this activity, and want to see more of these, please let me know by providing feedback or emailing me at miamcdaniel@gmail.com.

More Dot Art resources

If you would like dot art pages for therapy, I have a packet for every season and just about every holiday- even some for year ‘round use on any old day! Just CLICK below to check them out :)

Articulation Dot Art for Fricatives and Affricates

Articulation Dot Art for Plosives

Articulation Dot Art for Glides, Liquids and Nasals

Open Ended Articulation Dot Art

Summer Fun Pack for Speech and Language


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