Informal Polysyllabic Word Screener Scenes

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9 pages


Make this FREE Informal Polysyllabic Word Screener part of your everyday speech evaluation and get a greater understanding about your student's speech production skills. These bright and bold loaded scenes are an engaging way to sample polysyllabic word production in a quick amount of time. So please leave some FEEDBACK - it's kind :) and keeps me motivated to putting up more freebies.

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It's ideal as NO PRINT and ready to be uploaded onto your device, though it's perfectly easy to print and laminate as well. You can simply start by asking "Can you tell me what you see in this picture?" and check off or record responses on the record form. It's a natural and simple way to not only listen out for words in a spontaneous setting, but can double as a language sample.



✅ -- Six pages of colorful scenes

✅ -- 2 syllable words: apples, honey, ballon, basket, market

✅ -- 3 syllables words (across 2 pages): vegetables, microphone, butterfly, ladybug, bicycle, kangaroo, tomato, barbecue, umbrella, spaghetti

✅ -- 4 syllable words: (across 2 pages): helicopter, binoculars, watermelon, avocado, caterpillar, cauliflower, thermometer, aquarium, elevator, motorcycle

✅ -- 5 syllable words: multiplication, electricity, tyrannosaurus, refrigerator, hippopotamus

✅ -- Record form included


What SLP's like you are saying:

This has been a great addition to my articulation assessment. I have used this with multiple students to assess and re-assess speech sound disorders. This is now part of all of my assessments! Easy to use and engaging for students to look at.

Nice to have this engaging multisyllabic word screener -- very engaging for my youngest students.

I use this as an informal extension to my articulation/phonology testing to get more information about their respective abilities to produce multisyllable sequences in increasing length and complexity. It's also a great way to progress monitor.

I love making simple but engaging tools to include as part of your speech evaluation.

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