I love to use shared reading activities for therapy, but sometimes find it difficult to integrate my articulation students into these activities. To solve this problem, I created these “I hear my sound” signs to use during shared reading. Not only does this keep my articulation students engaged in the story, it also increases their awareness of where and when their target sound occurs in spoken language. It's a win-win!
I also included a worksheet for students to record occurrences of their target sound, as well as the title and author of the book. Perfect for homework!