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158 pages of Articulation Activities for /s/, /z/, /s/blends, /r/, /r/ blends, “sh,” “ch,” /l/, /l/ blends, “th,” “j,” /f/, /v/, /k/, /g/, /t/, /d/, /p/, /b/
There is also a blank set of sheets for customizable worksheets - simply write the targets in!
These activity pages are great for small group articulation therapy since there are the same kinds of worksheets for each sound. Students can be working on different targets, but involved in the same activity. The only other materials needed are crayons and dice. Optional: bingo markers. The activity pages are also great to send home as homework. They are easy to follow and parents can join right in!
This activity Pack includes 8 pages of articulation worksheets for each sound (/p/, /b/, /t/, /d/, /k/, /g/, /s/, /z/, /s/ blends, /l/, /l/ blends, /r/ blends, vocalic /r/, /f/, /v/, “j,” “sh,” “ch,” and “th.”) and 6 pages of articulation worksheets for Prevocalic /r/. The activities are:
Roll & Say Articulation: Have students roll a dice and then choose a word on one of the Easter Peeps from the corresponding row. Have them say the word as many times as you’d like and let them color it in when they are done. Try to get all the Peeps colored!
Say & color Pages: Each section of these coloring pages has 3-4 words for the students to say. Have them say the words as many times as you’d like and then let them color in the corresponding part of the picture.
Catch the Bunny: Have the students follow the trail of carrots to find the Easter Bunny! Have them say the word on each carrot as many times as you’d like. When they are done, they can color in that carrot. Once all of them are colored in, they’ve caught the bunny. You can also use these pages as a game board with dice. Have the students roll the dice and then color in that many carrots as they say the words.
Say & Dot Pages: Have the students say the words above each egg as many times as you’d like. Then they can either color the eggs in or dot them with a bingo marker.
Say & Draw silly sentences: Have the students say all 5 of the silly sentences loaded with the appropriate speech sounds. Once they have said them, they can draw a picture of one of the sentences at the bottom of the page.
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