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Have you been searching for some quick and easy games that can be played at the end of a therapy session but still targets student goals? This fun envelope game targets articulation phonemes in the initial position of words. The following phonemes are included in the download: initial /p/, /b/, /m/, /n/, /h/, /w/, /t/, /d/, /k/, /g/, /f/, /v/, /l/, "j", /s/, /z/, “sh”, “th”, “ch”, /r/, r-blends, s-blends, and l-blends.
Note: Final positions of each phoneme will be added at a later date. If you purchase this product now at this price, you will receive the updates for free. The price will increase as new content is added, so buy it when it's at its lowest price now!
• Two visual strips containing a phrase and a sentence
• Phoneme production level visuals used to remind the student and SLP which goal on which the student is working
• 39 pages of visuals (each page targets a phoneme in the initial position of words)
• Print, laminate, and cut apart each square.
Tip: On the back of each card, write the position and phoneme the card is targeting for easy sorting.
• Select the phoneme set you would like to target and place the cards randomly in an envelope (or hat/bag/etc.).
• The youngest player goes first.
• The student should select a card and identify what he or she sees on it. The student must use the targeted phoneme correctly.
Tip: You may choose to have the students produce the sound in isolation, at the word level, in a phrase, or in a sentence. Use the attached sentence strip for support.
• If the student produces the phoneme correctly, he or she can place the card in front of him/herself. If the student produces the phoneme incorrectly, he or she must put the card back in the envelope.
• The game ends when a student randomly pulls the ”other” card (e.g. in the initial /p/ game – the target card is the “pig” and the other card is the “barn”).
• The students should count the number of targeted cards in front of him/herself, and the student with the most cards is the winner.
Variations in Play:
• The student who pulls the “other” card is the winner.
• The student with the LEAST amount of targeted cards is the winner.
• Place one sticker on the back of one target card. The student who pulls the card with the sticker is the winner. If the student pulls an “other” card, he/she must return all cards to the envelope.
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Graphics: Creative Clips by Krista Wallden