Using multisyllable words in articulation therapy allows children to practice their target sounds in harder, more challenging contexts. Each page is specific to one sound, in the initial, medial and final positions. You will find two ‘r’ activity pages – one containing initial and medial only, the other containing initial, medial and final to reflect the vocalic ‘r’ in some accents. Activity pages are provided in colour, and in black and white for ease of printing.
19 sounds are targeted: b p t d k g s f sh h th (voiced and voiceless) w r l ch j m n
The activity pages can be used in a number of ways:
WORD HUNT: Ask your student to highlight each subset of words (initial, medial or final) using a different coloured marker for each. This allows you to focus on articulating each subset individually.
DICE ROLL: Have your student roll a dice and read/say the words in the corresponding column.This provides practice for all positions.
SENTENCE FORMULATION: Ask your student to choose a word and formulate a sentences with it. Write each sentence on the lines provided.
DROP DOWN: Have your student drop small coins/discs on to the activity board and say the word/words the disc lands on. Continue until all words are covered. Alternatively, cover all words with a disc. Your student says the word under each as they are taken off the board.
PACING: Pacing boards are included to assist with syllable awareness and segmentation if needed.
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