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- Here is THE go-to sidekick for EVERY SLP doing articulation therapy! This resource was created to save you time looking for stimuli and to make articulation therapy a breeze. It includes all targets you need to address articulation of ANY phoneme in speech therapy! It is all the stimuli you will eve$28.40$35.50Save $7.10
Here is THE go-to must have for every SLP doing articulation therapy! This resource was created to save you time looking for stimuli and to make articulation therapy a breeze. It includes all word, phrase and sentence targets you need to address voiceless th in speech therapy! This item is FREE from me to you and serves as a sample of my coarticulation lists. You can find the whole collection HERE .
► I've been doing speech therapy with these lists for 26 years. Just grab them and go OR you can open the pdfs on any device to screen share with student or to refer to them during articulation drill.
► 3 pages of /θ/ targets from 1 syllable to 5 syllables (initial, final, and medial positions where applicable)
► 1 page explanation of coarticulation
This product can be used with any style of articulation therapy by disregarding the coarticulation environments and simply using the stimuli as initial position, final position, medial position, but it is specifically designed to use with a coarticulation approach to articulation therapy. ⭐ To read more about why "breaking down" the medial position further makes therapy more efficient and diagnostic/prescriptive, check out my blog post all about it.
SLPs, use this resource to facilitate articulation practice throughout the course of therapy as the student progresses from producing his/her target sounds in various contexts/positions of 1 syllable, 2-3 syllables, 4-5 syllables and so on. I hope this comes in handy for you in your practice for years to come!
★ The lists can also be sent home for "speech homework!"
★ These lists for voiceless th /θ/ are also part of a money saving bundle, which includes lists for every phoneme, that when compiled, becomes a sound list "binder" that I've used in my practice for 26 years. If you'd rather purchase ALL phoneme lists, have a go-to, handy binder like mine, click here.