Cheat Sheets for Mixed Speech and Language Therapy Groups

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Speech Time Fun
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I love these lists! It make it so easy to not have a million task cards or sheets in front of you while conducting therapy sessions. Thank you for sharing!
Perfect to use with mixed group as they allow you to target articulation as well as language with one quick to grab reference sheet.


I have the answer to your problems: these cheat sheets for language prompts for use with mixed speech and language groups! You can engage not only a variety of learners but also a variety of ages--and did I mention a variety of skills, too?! No prep required either!


What language prompts are included?

★ Synonyms

★ Antonyms

★ Associations

★ Sequencing

★ Syntax

★ WH- Questions

★ Social Skills

★ Describing

★ Compare/Contrast


How to use this product?

★ Let your articulation students be the language models.

★ For some tasks, the question will have the articulation target, and for others the target will be in the answer. Encourage your students to respond in complete sentences for more opportunities to practice the target sound.

★ Each page has language prompts for articulation sounds.

★ Print and go!

★ Use to incorporate those articulation students in activities with language students.

The following sounds are targeted in the initial, medial, and final positions:

★ k

★ s

★ r

★ l

★ g

★ f

★ th

★ ch

★ sh

★ v

★ s, r, and l blends included as well!


What are customers already saying about this resource?!

"Love this! I can even use with my fluency students as they use fluency strategies to sequence, compare/contrast, etc. Thank you!"

"Purchased and printed for immediate use! This resource will certainly be useful for those mixed goal groupings! Thank you for creating this!"

"I'm so excited to use this with my students! I often have no choice but to schedule articulation students with language students. I have to get creative with how to get in all of a student's sounds while targeting a language goal. I'm so excited that this will make it much easier!"


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