These October Apraxia fall worksheets are a festive way to practice simple syllable patterns. Most treatment methods for Childhood Apraxia of Speech suggest to work on consonant-vowel patterns in increasing complexity and to use multi-sensory input as a teaching strategy (e.g., visual, auditory, proprioceptive, and/or tactile). Dots that correspond to the number of phonemes or syllables are on each worksheet to provide a visual cue for production. You can also have the child point to the dots as they produce the patterns to add proprioceptive input.
Included are 5 worksheets to color (use dot markers, or anything else). These can also be used as smash mats or magnet activities. For multiple sessions, have students color one session, then laminate and use as smash mat or magnet mat.
Also included is a Halloween scene filled with CVC words.