Why do we practice words like "radish" when working on initial /r/ sound when our clients rarely say or read this word? Articulation practice should focus on the words that are said, read, and written 60% of the time in our English language. This product uses my High Frequency Words for Speech Therapy product in a fun winter activity. Find a complete list of High Frequency Words organized by phonetic sounds and placement in my TPT store.
The targets included in this product are: /r, s, l, z, sh, ch, r-blends, s-blends, and l-blends/.I have used a sample of words from my High Frequency list to make these activity pages.
How to use this product:
Use a paper clip and a pencil to create a spinner.
After the client lands on a space, they will follow the directions using a word on the sheet.
To mark the spots completed, use clay, daubers, chips, erasers, or crayons.
This product is a .pdf file. Please make sure you can open this type of file before you download it.
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