I wanted an easy way to explain to parents how they could help their child learn specific sounds that was written in parent friendly language. After striking out online, I decided to make my own! This set of 16 handouts has one page for the following sounds: p,b, t, d, k, g, f, v, s, v, ch, sh, th, j, l, and r. Each page includes a visual aid of the proper mouth position for that sound, quick tips on incorporating practice into your day, and a word list. To customize the information for each student, there are check boxes to mark the level the child is working at - word, phrase, sentence, or conversation - and ideas to target the sound at that level. There are also 3-4 common prompts listed for each sound. You can check the one that works best for the student. There is a place you can write a different type of prompt in if you have something more specific for that child. There is also a place to write comments to the parents.
These handouts are designed for students who have demonstrated some success making the sound, but needs reminders/practice to be consistently successful. They DO NOT contain detailed information about the mechanics of producing each sound, but rather verbal prompts the parent can give. These are VERY parent friendly.
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