What a fun way to practice your speech articulation or language goals and make a mummy or skeleton craft in therapy. This is such a great way to keep those little hands busy and motivated! Craft items that you will need on hand for this project will include: scissors, glue, and crayons!
Every sound in every position plus blends are included. You have 10 words for every sound in the initial, medial and final position of words. Fall themed vocabulary words are within the phoneme sheets! The craft comes in color and black and white.
NOTE: The target sheets included in this product are the same target sheets that are in my Halloween Speech Therapy Curly Crafts.
Articulation sounds include:
I have also included a blank sheet without the words so that if you have a student in your group working on fluency or language, you can quickly write down objectives for their goal as well. How adorable would the these crafts be on a spooky bulletin board? I have included photo images in the directions to help you see how to create the crafts. Send this fun craft home for some extra spooky reinforcement.
Please note: I have been buying new sets of phonic clip art to change up the images with each new craft. I also include images and words that have the same theme as each craft. These words and images that I add are all in different places within each craft depending on the sound(s) in the image, so some of my images are the same as some of the other crafts. Some phonemes are really hard to match with images. I have spent an incredible amount of time looking for clip art to replace my images. A lot of the phonic clip art that I find from different sellers use a lot of the same images for the same sounds, which limits me to changing out the words. I have changed some of the images and not the words due to this. I will continue to be on the lookout for new clip art for my crafts! You can always use the blank form at the end of the product to create your own words if you need to. Thanks so much for your interest in my product!
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