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Articulation Poke-a-Dot

Articulation Poke-a-Dot
Articulation Poke-a-Dot
Articulation Poke-a-Dot
Articulation Poke-a-Dot
Articulation Poke-a-Dot
Articulation Poke-a-Dot
Articulation Poke-a-Dot
Articulation Poke-a-Dot
Product Description
Looking for a different way to target articulation goals? My students are loving playing Poke-a-Dot, and I am sure yours will as well! This finger-twisting game is easy to use. Simply print, laminate, put the dice together, and you're all set. All of the sounds you could possibly need are included in this packet!

Contents:
★ One finger die to indicate which finger the student should use during that turn.
★ One color die to indicate on which color the student should place his/her finger.
★ One twisting mat per phoneme (featuring phonemes /p/, /b/, /m/, /n/, /t/, /d/, /k/, /g/, /f/, /v/, /l/, l-blends, /s/, /z/, s-blends, /r/, r-blends, “sh”, “th”, “ch”). Initial, medial, and final positions are combined on each mat.
★ Total: 20 mats

Instructions:
★ Roll both dice at the same time.
★ Finger die – this die demonstrates which finger the student should during one turn.
★ Color die – this die showcases on which color the student should place his/her finger.
★ Note: The red X square means lose a turn and the rainbow square means the student can select the color of his/her choice.
★ The student must produce the word correctly on the circle on which he/she chooses to place his/her finger in order to successfully move the finger there.
★ The game lasts as long as the therapist desires. Struggling to make a move or did the fingers get twisted up? Play again!

Variation of Play:
★ If using this activity with younger students, omit the finger die and simply use the color die.
★ Use bingo chips or daubers instead of fingers.
★ Have the student roll the color die, produce the phoneme correctly on a circle that matches the color that he or she rolled, and then cover that circle.
★ The student should only cover the circle if he or she produces the sound/word/phrase/sentence correctly.
★ The student who covers all circles first is the winner.

*Be sure to download the preview of this product to ensure that this activity meets the needs of your students.*

Enjoy!

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Please be sure to visit Breanna's Speech Blog for more activities and for a peek into my speech room.

Graphics:
Creative Clips by Krista Wallden
Whimsy Clips
Total Pages
27 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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