Thank you for visiting Twin Speech to check out our latest apraxia treatment resource. This resource will be perfect for any of your clients with speech sound or articulation disorders who need to work on varying word levels. The flashcard word targets range from the easier to produce VC level to the most difficult level of 5 syllable words.
The VC, CV, CVCV & VC word cards have a speech sound picture representing every sound in the word. The multiple syllable words provide a syllable counting area for every sound. This visual helps to reduce student speaking rate and identifies each sound that should be carefully spoken.
Here are the contents of the unit:
Page 4: Suggested ways on how to use these black-lined apraxia flashcards.
Pages 5-6: VC ILLUSTRATED BLACK-LINED FLASHCARDS WITH SPEECH SOUND PLACEMENT PICTURES.
Pages 7-8: CV ILLUSTRATED BLACK-LINED FLASHCARDS WITH SPEECH SOUND PLACEMENT PICTURES.
Pages 9-10: CVCV ILLUSTRATED BLACK-LINED FLASHCARDS WITH SPEECH SOUND PLACEMENT PICTURES.
Pages 11-12: CVC ILLUSTRATED BLACK-LINED FLASHCARDS WITH SPEECH SOUND PLACEMENT PICTURES.
Pages 13-14: 2-SYLLABLE WORD, BLACK-LINED PICTURE FLASHCARDS WITH SYLLABLE COUNTING.
Pages 15-16: 3-SYLLABLE WORD, BLACK-LINED PICTURE FLASHCARDS WITH SYLLABLE COUNTING.
Pages 17-18: 4-SYLLABLE WORD, BLACK-LINED PICTURE FLASHCARDS WITH SYLLABLE COUNTING.
Pages 19-20: 5-SYLLABLE WORD, BLACK-LINED PICTURE FLASHCARDS WITH SYLLABLE COUNTING.
Page 21: Mini Black-lined Apraxia Flashcards for words ranging from the VC to 5 syllable word level. These cards are great to have for drill work, crafts and games. They would also be a nice for screening/assessment purposes.
Page 22: A linking page for Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC resources.
Page 23: Visual support/clip art artist linking page.
These flashcards could be used many times and in a large variety of ways!
Here are some suggestions on how to use these apraxia therapy cards in speech and to keep the sessions FUN, USEFUL and COLORFUL!.
1. COLORING: Take out scented markers, glittery daubers or even new crayons or sharp colored pencils (kids love being the first to use new colors and they love scented and glittery items.) Next, ask the student to color the pictures while trying to repeat or read their targeted articulation words using their best speech productions.
2. PLAYDOUGH MAT: Insert a page into a sheet protector and encourage the student to smash playdough or clay onto each picture.
3. BOARD GAME CARDS: Cut out and place upside down in a pile and use during the playing of a board game. Board game players roll a
die, read or repeat the word, and then move their game piece around their favorite game board.
4. MEMORY CARD GAME: Print out two copies of each flashcard and lay upside down onto a table. Ask the student to try to match the pairs while also trying to say each word seen along the way.
5. INTERACTIVE GAMES: Students say a word before taking a turn during any fun game that they like to do e.g., Connect Four©, Pop Up Pirate©, Sneaky Snacky Squirrel©, Apples to Apples©, Pop the Pig©, Cariboo™, Lucky Ducks©, Rhino Rampage©, Jenga©, Don’t Break the Ice© and Funny Bunny© (Just to name a few of our student favorites!)
6. SCAVENGER HUNTS: Place words inside of plastic eggs, in sensory bins or under objects. Ask the student to find and read or repeat the words found inside of or under each object.
7. CARD GAMES: Print two copies out on card stock so that you can play fun card games like “Go Fish,” or “War.” If you play War, you’ll have to add numbers to the cards.
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We hope that this product will be one that you will use all of the time and we hope that you will be super happy with the purchase of it! We wish you all well and appreciate your support very much!
Shanda Gaunt, M.S. CCC-SLP
Manda Riebel, M.A. CCC-SLP
Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC
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