Let’s face it, working on articulation skills can get a little, well, boring. So let’s spice it up a little! How about getting your students moving and grooving while they work on their speech sounds!?
This product contains 382 picture cards targeting the early eight developing sounds (/m/, /n/, /p/, /b/, /d/, “y”, /w/, /h/), the middle eight developing sounds (/t/, /k/, /g/, /f/, /v/, “ch”, “j”, and “ng”), and the final seven developing sounds (“sh”, /s/, “th” – voiced and voiceless, /r/, /z/, and /l/) with instructions to “dance it”, “sing it”, “jump it”, and “clap it”. Students must do these actions along with saying the word on the card. Then, students can cross off the action on the card if they would like, using a dry erase marker.
To prepare: Print, laminate, and cut out all cards. Hole punch the cards in the corner and place on a ring, if desired.
To use: Provide each card to a student and have the student say the word while dancing, singing, jumping, and/or clapping. After the student completes the action, he/she can cross off the word on the card with a dry erase marker.