Included in the summer articulation packet are initial and final /t/, /d/, /k/, /g/, and /f/. These are the articulation sounds the majority of my caseload is targeting.
Each phoneme features 5 different activities - a matching game, BINGO, a board game, a roll and color activity, and a tic tac toe portion.
Specific instructions on how parents should use these activities with their child is included in the download.
Also included is a parent letter explaining the importance of working on these sounds over the break and the expectations for completing summer work.
Activities included in the packet:
★ Matching Game - The child can color the pictures if desired. The child should cut apart the pictures and scramble them up. To play, the child would turn over two cards, name both cards, and determine if the cards match. Gameplay should continue until all matches are found. This activity features a matching game for initial sounds and final sounds.
★ BINGO - Two BINGO boards are included along with BINGO pictures to cut apart as calling cards. The child should say the word that is called 3-5 times before covering his or her own BINGO board with a marker of some kind. Gameplay is over after either the BINGO boards are filled or the child marks off four pictures in a row or column.
★ Board Game - Board game movement cards are included for those students who may not have access to a dice for gameplay. Simply cut apart these cards, place them face down, and have the student draw a card to determine how many spaces he or she moves forward. The child must name the picture on which he or she lands. Both initial and final sounds are included on one game board.
★ Roll and Color - This activity requires a dice or spinner of some sort. The child must roll the dice, find the picture that matches that dice amount, and color the picture appropriately using the correct crayon. The child should say the word 3-5 times during coloring.
★ Tic Tac Toe - The parent will need to decide who will play as X and who will play as O. Four opportunities to play are included in the download for each phoneme. The child must say the word correctly in order for him or her to place an X or O marker on one spot. The X's or O's in a row determines the winner.
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