This packet is perfect for those students with fluency/stuttering goals. Preschooler goals typically include something like "slow and easy speech", so using the easy onsets or light contact monster mats are ideal with that age. Elementary students can learn and master the rest of the fluency strategies included in this packet.
Dysfluency Pack Components:
• 4 monster mats with fluency strategies
♦ Easy Onsets
♦ Light Contact
• Word level fluency stimuli
• Phrase and short sentence fluency stimuli
• Longer sentence fluency stimuli
• Asking WH-questions fluency stimuli
• Playing cards – "move forward" and "move back" game cards
• Open-ended monster and star game board
♥ Print, laminate, and cut apart all cards (make extra copies of the monster mats if needed).
♥ Allow each student to select a playing mat or give the student the playing mat that matches the fluency goal he/she is trying to master. You may print multiple copies of these mats.
♥ Use the accompanying game board and the extra cards at the end if you wish.
♥ Instruct the student to select a card, read it, and say the word/phrase/sentence aloud using the fluency strategy on his/her mat. If the student is successful, he/she gets to keep that card. Then have him/her roll a dice and move that many spots on the game board. If you choose to use the extra cards at the end of this download, the student may be instructed to "move forward" or "move back" a specific number of spaces. If the student is not successful with using his/her fluency strategy, then the student should put the card back in the pile.
♥ The student with the most cards at the end is the winner!
Note: Included in the packet are WH-questions. The student reading the question can practice his/her strategy while reading the question, and the other student can practice his/her strategy while answering the question.
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