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Lucky Leprechaun's Articulation Penny Toss! St. Patrick's Day!

Lucky Leprechaun's Articulation Penny Toss! St. Patrick's Day!
Lucky Leprechaun's Articulation Penny Toss! St. Patrick's Day!
Lucky Leprechaun's Articulation Penny Toss! St. Patrick's Day!
Lucky Leprechaun's Articulation Penny Toss! St. Patrick's Day!
Lucky Leprechaun's Articulation Penny Toss! St. Patrick's Day!
Lucky Leprechaun's Articulation Penny Toss! St. Patrick's Day!
Lucky Leprechaun's Articulation Penny Toss! St. Patrick's Day!
Lucky Leprechaun's Articulation Penny Toss! St. Patrick's Day!
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Lucky the Leprechaun’s Penny Toss!

This is a fun way to practice articulation words with a St. Patrick's Day twist! This is great for in-session practice OR can be sent home for home practice.

Packet includes:
*Cover page
*Home practice letter/directions page for parents
*19 pages of articulation drill (1 page for each sound in each position)
*1 template page (create your own words, just write words of clinician's choice, or have child brainstorm/find their target words and write on the template page)

Directions:
1) Toss (or drop from above) a penny on the page. If the penny doesn't land on the page, toss or drop again. (TIP: You can put the articulation sheet in a cookie pan and toss the penny...or even toss/drop a magnet if you are using a pan.)

2) Say the word that is CLOSEST to the penny. Earn 1 point. (Use tally). BONUS: For more complexity, have student/child say each word 3x, in a phrase, or in a sentence.

3) If your penny lands on a picture (rainbow, pot of gold, leprechaun, shamrock, etc), earn 2 points for your tally.

4) Play with a partner or partners (other students, parents, clinician, etc). See who can earn the most points!

**For children who need help with reading: Adult can say the words first, child repeats.

**Tally sheets are included for a 2-player and multi-player game. Multiple ‘games’ on each tally page (1 game = 1 section/box).

**Sounds included (1 page of each sound, each position = 19 articulation pages):
--/r/ initial, medial, final; /l/ initial, medial, final
--/s/ initial, medial, final, plus /s/ initial blends
--/sh/, /ch/, and /j/: initial, medial, final

**Lists may include a wide range of vocabulary words. Some words are more difficult due to co-articulation; however, the words were still included as challenge words. Additionally, many of the challenge words are sometimes high frequency words (example: ‘were’, /w/ can make final /r/ more challenging).

Other tips:
**I generally give the child a penny to ‘take home’ for home practice. We tape it on to the directions page in the “penny box”.

**Each student can have their own page! Great for articulation groups...each student can have the target sound they are working on!

SPECIAL NOTE: Be aware, the articulation sheets are 'printed words', and NOT picture-based. Child should be able to read, or adult says/models word first and child repeats!


Created by: J. Callaway, M.S., CCC-SLP
Clipart by: MyCuteGraphics.com
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