Looking for a fun way to work on articulation? This activity is sure to get your students engaged. They won't even know they are working!
This activity includes 48 pages including the following speech sounds: /k,g,m,n,,f,v,p,b,t,d,s,l,sh,ch/.
Print, cut, and laminate all materials on pages 4-31. Place Velcro on the back of the flies and on a fly swatter. Cut a hole in the frogs mouth, then attach the frog to an empty tissue box or container.
How to play:
Spread the flies face down on the table. Have your students take turns swatting the flies using a fly swatter. Have each student practice, saying their speech sound pictured on the fly, then feed the fly to the frog.
Place the flies face down on the table. Provide each student a frog and a party horn. Cut a hole in the frog’s mouth and pull the party horn through. Place Velcro dots on the party horn. Have your students pretend to be frog’s catching their meal. They will blow the party horn to catch the flies. Whoever collects the most flies with their target sound at the end of the game wins.
Additional Materials and Ideas:
Frog and flies Craft in black/white
Color and cut out all of the materials. Using red construction paper, cut out a long tongue. Cut a hole in the frog’s mouth and pull the tongue through. Secure the tongue using tape. Then, glue the flies onto the frog’s tongue.