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Sometimes simple and easy is just as engaging as an elaborate session, but with less stress on you. The 4x6 pages fit perfectly into a photo box and with a variety of themes and ways to play, this resource will quickly become a go to for you and your kids.
WHY 'DOT IT OUT! ARTICULATION'?
✏ Research Based. This resource is supported by research regarding the use of high-frequency vocabulary when treating articulation/phonological disorders. ( Cummings& Barlow, 2011)
✏ Easy to Use. The 4x6 size keeps things portable. Perfect for interventions and travel.
✔ WORD LIST CARDS: There are word list cards for the following sounds →T, D, F, K, G, S, CH, SH, J, TH, S-BLENDS, L, L-BLENDS, PREVOCALIC R, VOCALIC R, R-BLENDS, CV WORDS, VC WORDS, and CVC WORDS.
Each word list is comprised of academic high frequency words and common vocabulary words to make time spent on articulation as meaningful as possible for your students. Most lists of 10 words in the initial, medial, and final position. To reduce ‘filler’ and ‘fluff’ words, not all lists will have 30 words.
✔ 20 DOT THEME CARDS : Each card has 50 themed dots for students to cover, color, paint, etc.
⭐TIP: Use a theme card and pair it with a similarly themed book! Have the student use targeted words from the book for their repetitions while keeping track on their card!
SUGGESTIONS FOR PLAY:
After the student has made their production they can use a variety of materials to ‘dot’ and cover the picture.
•dry erase marker
•hole punch ( best used if not laminating )
•Q-tip and water colors
•ink and thumb print
•dinky doo dads
WHO IS IT FOR?
☞ This resource would best service students in 1st through 5th grade.
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ABOUT THE SLP
✋Hi! I'm Maureen and it's awesome to meet you. I am an experienced and ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist as well as a Certified Autism Specialist. Being a speaker at the American and Hearing Association Convention, as well as at various state conventions, over the years has been truly inspiring.
✍ I have been creating resources since 2012 to help other professionals support their students. I believe in creating thoughtful and thorough materials to help you shine; Innovative and supportive creations to help you love what you do!
⭐If you have any questions about this resource, or if you simply like to 'talk speech' with me, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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