Motivate your littlest learners and practice your sounds in isolation targeting the earliest developing sounds. This is a great way to get maximum practice in your sessions with 20 opportunities for repetition per worksheets - and fitting two sheets to a page means double the practice! You can color, stamp, paint or dab with cute pictures representing their core sound for ample opportunities to practice. Try it out with my FREEBIE Articulation in Isolation Worksheets SampleIf you work with a larger age group, then grab the bundle that contains BOTH early and late developing sounds
if you bought the original "Articulation in Isolation" do NOT purchase this as I have simply split the product into two sections.
This resource can be used for syllable, word or higher levels. You can easily adapt this and write syllables on each corresponding picture, or have a set word list next to you and get them to color in the pictures as a reinforcer. This is also great for your Apraxia kids, especially at the early stages of C, VC and CV level. This allows you to be flexible and creative and use this product for EVERY articulation student.
• Targets 12 early developing sounds: m, n, p, b, h, w, y, f, t, d, k and g.
• Contains 10 worksheets per sound (fitting 2 worksheets to a page to cut down on printing).
• Has a total of 120 black line worksheets (over 60 pages).
• Has flexible use: color, stamp, cut, put counters on, use a dice...get creative.
• Easy to adapt and write syllables or words under each picture to get maximum use and increase complexity.
• Great for homework - do one half in therapy, one half at home.
Each page has a picture that references the sound (in isolation) for example: The bird is losing all of its colorful feathers. For every great ‘f’ sound, color in a feather.
There are 20 pictures to color, so a minimum of 20 opportunities to practice the sound. You can always increase this by using a dice or asking for 5 repetitions before they say the sound. Fitting two sheets to a page, it’s easy to do one set in therapy and one for homework... plus smaller pictures to color, means that it's faster ;)
I love making creative resources that push kids to get in tons of practice while being fun and motivating. If you are looking for more ideas for your articulation students, why not check out these:
Draw Me: Articulation Sentences & Stories
Rebecca Reinking - Adventures in Speech Pathology
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