Are you looking for a way to invigorate your therapy AND showcase your articulation student’s hard work? These Articulation Scrapbooks will add that sprinkle of variety into your therapy. Go big and grab a scrapbook or notebook and start sticking in pages… one for now, one for homework. Each page is different so that your student’s have something different to say and do every speech session!
⭐JUST ADDED 24 pages of mini picture cards⭐
The sheets are essentially split into half following an easy print-and-go format so that you have plenty of sessions of Easter & Spring themed activities all revolving around your student’s articulation goals. Just have some markers, crayons and pencils handy… and it wouldn’t hurt to add some catalogs, scissors and glue to the mix to take your Articulation Scrapbook to the next level.
⭐ Did I mention that these are totally CUSTOMIZABLE? ⭐
Spaces are left blank throughout the directions on the page so that you can write in what sound you would like to practice. Yes, this is perfect for mixed articulation groups because one worksheet can be individually adapted for each student’s need and level (word-phrase-sentence).
⭐Read on the blog all about the things I use to make Scrapbooks FUN in therapy and for home practice!⭐
Word lists in initial-medial-final position are included so that you don’t need to think of target words and the CUTEST achievement tags and pages are added so that you can celebrate speech successes.
✅ -- Cover & Achievement Tags - pg. 5-9
✅ -- Easter Themed Activity Pages - pg. 10-24
✅ -- Spring Themed Activity Pages - pg. 25-39
✅ -- Mini Picture Cards and Word Lists in initial-medial-final positions for ALL sounds - pg. 40-64
✅ -- Black line images for easy print-and-go
Functional and creative articulation resources are my thing - I just LOVE making creative resources that push kids to get in tons of practice at multiple levels (word-phrase-sentences). If this sounds like you, then:
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Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.
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