Silly stories are similar to Mad Libs fill in the blank stories and are highly motivating for students. I've used my silly stories words lists for years, but always struggled with getting independent productions from non-readers.
Each of the targeted word lists contains the target phonemes separated by noun, verb, and adjective. Definitions sheets are included to encourage vocabulary development
This download would be appropriate for early elementary to middle school students
Pages 4-6 Silly Stories
Pages 7-8 Pictured Vocabulary
Pages 9-14 Vocabulary Definitions
Working on Prevocalic and Vocalic /r/?
Silly Stories Pictured Version: Prevocalic & Vocalic R
If your students struggle to produce multisyllabic words, this quick play game might help:
Battle of the Bands: Multisyllabic Words
Struggling to figure out how to help this student? Check out my intelligibility checklist:
Articulation Intelligibility Checklist
Just looking for word lists and stories? Check out my classic silly stories articulation carryover project.
Silly Stories /s/, /l/ and /r/ blends
Silly Stories S, TH, L, SH, CH, J
Silly Stories Prevocalic & Vocalic /r/
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