This activity can be used to practice letter recognition, letter sound identification, articulation therapy, and to target phonological processes like final consonant deletion.
Early articulation sounds are the focus of this packet - /p/, /b/, /m/, /n/, /h/, /w/, /t/, /d/, /k/, /g/, and /f/ in various positions (some phonemes are in the initial positions and some are in the final positions of words).
Instructions for game play:
★ Cut apart three copies of the alphabet letters at the end of the packet. Lay all letters (flipped over) on top of a table so that the letters are not visible. Note: You may want to print these letters on cardstock and laminate them so that they are more durable.
★ Provide each student with as many word cards as desired. The students will take turns selecting a letter from the pile, identifying the letter and letter sound, and determining if he or she needs that letter on his or her word card. If not, return the letter to the pile and allow the next student to take his or her turn. The student who matches up all of the letters on each word card, and produces each word correctly, is the winner.
Graphics: Smarty Symbols
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