96 articulation cards
12 mini books
6 sets of “Cariboo” cards
These printable articulation cards and mini books were created because I wanted my students to take home the exact same target words and pictures that we practiced during our therapy sessions. The cards are the perfect size for games such as “go fish” and “memory”, as well as hiding or cutting and pasting. More ideas are included in the directions and I would love to include your ideas, as well!
Each page contains eight colorful cards targeting a specific phoneme in either the initial, medial, or final position of the words. The same pictures are presented in separate “mini book” templates so that students can practice by “reading“ the book to their homework helper.
This package includes 96 printable cards, 12 mini books and 6 sets of Cariboo cards!
16 initial F: four, fox, fish, feet, fan, farm, football, phone, food, fries, feather, fawn, farmer, fireworks, forest, fairy
16 medial F: coffee, cough medicine, muffin, campfire, elephant, headphones, traffic, pacifier, perfume, breakfast, telephone, starfish, buffalo, trophy, rainfall, waffles
16 final F: woof, laugh, knife, leaf, chef, giraffe, half, roof, take off, safe, loaf, elf, shelf, calf, F, sniff
16 initial V: van, vet, veggies, vacuum, vampire, volcano, volleyball, video game, V, vanilla, vending machine, vitamins, vacation, vase, valentine, violin
16 medial V: oven, diver, over, TV, beaver, shovel, avocado, envelope, waving, seven, clover, oval, lava, living room, shaving, driver
16 final V: cave, olive, dive, wave (noun), love, drive, beehive, five, move, save, weave, shave, give, dove, wave (verb), above
12 mini books (2 mini books for each sound position)
6 sets of Cariboo cards – just cut the cards & slide them into the doors of your Cariboo game!
More printable articulation cards and mini books are available at my store:
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Also download my free tutorial on how to easily make your mini books:
The Speech Path Mini Book Tutorial
I hope the cards, mini books, and Cariboo cards save you time and add some variety to your students’ articulation practice! Please let me know if you have any questions.
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