This is a power-point form of an articulation screener I use at a deaf and hard-of-hearing program I work at. I designed it so that I can elicit the early sounds /b,d,h,m,n,p,f,g,k,t,w/ in initial, medial, and final positions (if applicable) in at least 3 different occurrences.
You can use it on your computer or print out individual slides. I only ask that you respect my work and not edit it nor claim it as your own creation.
The nouns I chose are from the preschool vocabulary list of the school; this was appropriate in my opinion as I used this screener with my 3-4, even 5 year olds. The pictures that represent the nouns are clustered together by category/how they would occur in a natural environment (ex. the table set-up).
I included suggested prompts for each slide, but you can make up your own as it is not a standardized test. For example, with some of my more language-delayed students, I made everything an imitation task. Something to note- for the toys slide, I realized not everyone shopped at nor knew what Target was, so I included a target slide right after it just in case.
Also, you can note any words that were produced but not included on the test. Keep in mind any possible vowel production differences.
Sold separately is a recording sheet for this test that can be used for analysis.