This unit helps students who need an articulation and graphemic/phonemic awareness as the student points at each letter and makes the motor movement and sound to solidify this skill.
You will receive sound cards for consonants and vowel sounds (each card is a full sheet of paper 81/2x11).
Initial, medial, and final positions of /l, s, r, sh, ch, dg, voiced and voiceless th, v/. I tried to get at least 12 of each position!
Data sheets that cover that sound-see thumbnail for a picture of the /s/.
This unit has minimal color. Print all cards on white cardstock and laminate for durability to use for years to come!
Cut the main word out. For example, /seat/ cut out this word in one piece. You will then stack each word card in the order you choose and hole punch them at the top. Buy some book rings in the stationery department of your nearest store. I hang mine on 3M hooks behind my desk. Each group of words has a corresponding cover so you can grab them and go!
Show the sound pictures to the students and teach them how the mouth is shaped as they produce the sound. Also, show them that the green dot means the voice is used and the red dot means the sound is voiceless. When the student is practicing the word, have them practice making each sound and pointing at each letter. This assists with visual, auditory, and motor learning.
This unit is great for students with apraxia because of the visual reminders for each sound.
Children who have difficulty reading can also benefit from this product to help them with phonological awareness.