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Origami Basketball Hoops for Speech Therapy

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37 MB|32 pages
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These print-and-go pages are sure to be a slam dunk in your speech therapy room! The papers are designed to fold into basketball hoops while working on articulation and language goals. Fold pages into hoops after practicing each word on the page a designated number of times. After basketball hoops are completed, wad up small pieces of paper to make basketballs and practice the words again before taking each shot!

Included in this speech origami packet:
Page 3 – ER Vocalic R
Page 4 – AIR Vocalic R
Page 5 – OR Vocalic R
Page 6 – AR Vocalic R
Page 7 – IRE & EAR Vocalic R
Page 8 – Prevocalic R
Page 9 – R Blends
Page 10 – Initial L
Page 11 – Medial L
Page 12 – Final L
Page 13 – L Blends
Page 14 – S Blends
Page 15 – Initial S
Page 16 – Medial S
Page 17 – Final S
Page 18 – Z Sound
Page 19 – TH Sound
Page 20 – CH Sound
Page 21 – SH Sound
Page 22 – V Sound
Page 23 – F Sound
Page 24 – Initial K
Page 25 – Medial K
Page 26 – Final K
Page 27 – Initial G
Page 28 – Medial G
Page 29 – Final G
Page 30 – Verbs
Page 31 – Multi-Meaning Words
Page 32 – Idioms
Page 33 – optional back page (backboard/net)
Page 34 – Folding Directions

Make sure to select “fit to page” when printing. Check the print preview to make sure the edges of pictures are not cut off. I strongly encourage you to print out the the preview sample page to make sure the activity works for you before purchasing! Also, some printers do not allow borderless printing. If this is the case, you will need to draw in the net and rim to the edge of the page to achieve the desired look. With practice, you can get the fold down pretty quickly! If you prefer to learn the fold by watching a video, PSST Let’s Talk posted a "how to" video on YouTube. :)

**Please note: You will need to master the folding technique rather than relying on students to learn the fold. It may be frustrating for younger students with poor fine motor skills.

Are you also a fan of speech origami? Check out these other origami activities for your therapy room:
Origami Speech Boats
Origami Speech Fans
Speech Paper Airplanes
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