These coloring pages are great incentives for students working to increase their number of productions in articulation therapy, but they can also work well for students with other goals. Adding color by number helps reveal a “hidden picture.”
Here are some basic ideas for use:
- Grab a pack of dot markers to add a fun twist to coloring. Don’t have any? Crayons, markers, or colored pencils will do just as well.
- Have students take turns rolling a die. They can say their target sound at whatever level appropriate (word/phrase/sentence) for the number of times matching their roll, and then color a corresponding circle. For example - roll 4, say your sound in a word 4 times, color a circle with a 4.
- If the student rolls a 5 or 6, have them practice their sound in a self-generated phrase or sentence, have them come up with a word that starts with their sound, or make up your own unique rules.
- If a student rolls a number that has already been completely colored in on the worksheet, have them roll again or just simply practice their sound without coloring.
- Hidden pictures are: flower, boat, snail, bunny, rainbow, heart, star, apple tree, caterpillar, ice cream, gumball machine, and butterfly.
Looking for another easy activity to increase trials in articulation therapy? Check out these FREE 100 trials pages.
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