This activity is designed to help your students with apraxia or other speech sound disorders produce utterances that are 3-6 words in length. Students can practice building progressively longer utterances using these worksheet sets.
There are 9 different sets of worksheets included in this download. Each set contains 4 worksheets that start with a 3 word sentence and then progress to a 6 word sentence. Each set of sentences builds on itself to benefit students that need to practice the same motor plan many times. On each worksheet, there is a sentence frame and 10 pictures of words that can be used to fill in the blank in the sentence frame. Your students can make lots of silly sentences!
So in each set, the first worksheet contains a 3 word sentence, the second worksheet contains a 4 word sentence, the third worksheet contains a 5 word sentence, and the fourth worksheet contains a 6 word sentence. For example, one set of worksheets contains the sentences “____ on boat,” “______ on my boat,” “put _____ on my boat,” and “I put _____ on my boat.”
*** Please download the preview for an example of how these sentences increase in length
All of the words included in these sentences use only the early developing consonant sounds /b, p, m, w, h, t, d, n/. There are 41 different words used in these sentences. I have included flashcards so that your students can practice each of the 41 words in isolation as well.
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Activity created by Lauren Laur, CCC-SLP