Elf Headbands for Articulation & Phonological Processes
Get crafty while doing some articulation or phonological process drill in speech therapy! These adorable elf headbands are perfect for your groups. Your students can follow the craft's directions and keep busy coloring and cutting while they wait for their turn to drill. Then they can EASILY get tons of trials. This craft is NO to LOW prep and includes tons of image targets (for readers or non-readers) for EVERY single phoneme. Be sure to download the preview for a much closer look!
What's in this download?
- HEADBAND STRIPS - 1 page of headbands to print on white or colored paper - colored paper or construction paper also make great headbands
- BLANK ELF HAT CRAFT for your optional use (to make a craft without the articulation practice)
- OPEN ENDED HAT CRAFT to target any skill - just write your own targets on the circles
- 59 ELF HAT PRINTABLE WITH ARTICULATION TARGETS - black and white elf hats for your kids to color and circles to dot if you have paint daubers - Each circle has an articulation target, and each page contains a list of words represented in the circles. There are 30 target words per page.
- Pages for ALL sounds - /r/, vocalic r, vocalic r variations, /r/ blends, /s/, /s/ blends, /z/, /l/, /l/ blends, /w/, /h/, /j/, sh, ch, j, th, /f/, /v/, /m/, /n/, “ng,” /t/, /d/, /k/, /g/, /p/, /b/. See the table of contents in the PREVIEW for exact list of pages for each phoneme.
- Pages for the following phonological processes - 1 page for each of the following common processes: Final Consonant Deletion, Weak Syllable Deletion, Backing, Fronting, Stopping, and Cluster Reduction
- Detailed Instructions for use
Check out HOW to CREATE these in the preview!
This craftivity is sure to bring big smiles to your therapy room and lots of data on your logs! Don't forget this doubles as speech therapy homework!
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