Practice articulation words and language targets using this fun and interactive Halloween Pumpkin and Characters Craft. Choose between a Pumpkin character, Vampire, Frankenstein, Witch or Mummy. It targets Initial and final K, G, F, V, Sh, Ch, TH, R, S, L, initial S blends and final consonant deletions. It also includes irregular and regular past tense verbs, plurals, association skills, categories, similarities and differences. A Halloween vocabulary page is included. This craft can be used with mixed articulation and language groups.
1.) Copy the Character onto heavy paper
2.) Cut out the holes for the arms and legs.
3.) Copy the targeted sounds onto colored paper. If you are only targeting initial
sounds make 2 copies of it.
4.) Cut apart the strips of paper.
5.) Practice the targeted words on each strip of paper. (Optional: Have the students
write sentences on the back of the strips of paper.
6.) Color the pictures.
7.) Make a chain using the strips of paper for each arm and leg. I like to add 4
strips of paper for each arm and 6 for each leg.
8.) Optional: Punch a hole in the stem and add yarn or ribbon, so it can be hung