Articulation practice is fun and easy with these flip books. They can be used in therapy groups with students working on different target sounds. They can also be sent home for follow-up practice and reinforcement. These printable articulation flip books are great for non-readers and are quick and easy to use… just print, staple together and you are ready to go. Each flip book contains seven pages of activities that focus on target sounds in isolation, syllables, words and sentences.
1- Print each page of book.
2- Cut along the dotted line on each page to remove a portion of the page.
3- Begin with the longest page on the bottom and stack the pages from longest the shortest to form a book of layers.
4- Staple pages together along the top .
HOW TO USE YOUR FLIP BOOK
FRONT COVER-- Say your target speech sound five times then color the letter.
PAGE ONE- “CH” in SYLLABLES/ SILLY WORDS- Say your target speech sound with one of the vowel sounds. Capital letters are long vowels and lower case letters are short vowels. After you say the silly word color the letters.
PAGE TWO- “CH” in WORDS/ LETTER WORDS- Name each picture with your target speech sound the letter. If said correctly color in the picture.
PAGE THREE- “CH” in WORDS/COLOR CODED PICTURES- SOUNDS IN WORDS- . Before coloring any section of the picture the pictured item must be said aloud correctly.
PAGE FOUR- “CH” in SENTENCES/ DOODLE DOT SENTENCES- Name the picture with your target sound in one of the dot and then use it in a sentence. . If said correctly color the dot in or use a paint dot marker to color it.
PAGE FIVE:-”CH” in SENTENCES/ ROLL IT SAY IT! USE IT- Roll one die, say the word pictured that matches the number rolled, then use the word in a sentence. Starting at the bottom write the word in one box ( or for younger students have them color one box). Continue to roll the die, say the pictured word , use it in a sentence, write the word in a box/ color a box until you reach the top with one of the words.
PAGE SIX- "CH" in SENTENCES/MAZE CRAZE Name each picture and use it in a sentence with your speech sound when you draw through a picture while completing the maze.