I See You Articulation Silly Faces Freebie: A Googly Eyes Companion for Speech Therapy
Need something different for articulation therapy?
This activity was designed to be a simple, no-prep activity to target articulation in an engaging way. These pages are no-prep (print & go). This is just a sample including initial & final /k/ pages.
The full pack includes the following sounds: initial/final: p, b, m; final: n, t, d; initial/medial/final: k, g, f, v, l, s, z, ch, j, th, sh; pre-vocalic r; vocalic r (er, ar, or, air, ear, ire); rblends; lblends; sblends (separate mats for sp, st, sm, sn, sk, sl, sw, mixed). First practice, then make silly faces!
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Materials Needed: Googly eyes (.6in/15mm size works best), pen/pencil/marker, and crayons.
To use: The student will practice the target words on the faces and place googly eyes over them. The student will draw the nose & mouth and color them to finish the picture (it keeps hands busy in between turns). I use the eyes as place holders, but you could also have the students glue the eyes on the page. I send one set of eyes with each student to practice with their family at home. My students thought this activity was a blast!
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