This freebie is a sample of a few pages from my Articulation Worksheets set as well as some suggestions for making practice fun. These are great to use in homework packets and also great for distance learning. When I use these in teletherapy, I simply screen share a worksheet with the child’s target sound. We use the worksheet just like we would in person, practicing the sound. In many screen sharing platforms you can allow the child access to markers or highlighters. For fun I let the kids color, cross out, or circle items as we practice saying them.
This is a versatile, easy to use set of printable black and white articulation worksheets targeting /s/ and /s-blend/ sounds. These “old school” types of worksheets are simple, basic ways of getting lots of repetitions and focused practice. These also work great for me when I have a “mixed group” of kids working on different speech sounds. They can each have their own worksheets for coloring, discussing or assembling into their own “take-home-ready” artic cards.
The full set of speech therapy worksheets contains:
•24 words with pictures for EACH target sound (15 different target sounds)
•“15 Ways to Practice Speech Sounds” handout (perfect for sending home for home practice)
This articulation set is perfect for everyday use in therapy and equally perfect to send home for “speech homework” or “summer speech packets” for carryover. Initial, medial and final word positions of target sounds are included whenever possible.
⭐ I needed simple pictures to adapt them so that they could be used for annotation on Zoom. These were perfect! Thank you for sharing! - Meredith S.
⭐ Great resource to share during teletherapy session. Nice, clear pictures to target s-blends. Similar look to Super Duper books that the child is used to using physically. We uses the annotate function during out Zoom session. - Mary S.
⭐ Fun, easy, low prep activity! - Ms. Speechs Communication Corner
⭐ Sometimes you just need a simple activity. Thanks. - Kelly R.
⭐ Very helpful :) my son is completing speech therapy and this is great to supplement:) - Shine Elementary School