Supported by Research, combining Phonological Awareness with Articulation is SMART therapy.
Research shows that phonological awareness skills is also shown to concurrently increase speech intelligibility and improve articulation skills (Gillon, 2005)
This brand new way of multitasking articulation therapy is extremely effective, especially with articulation carry-over. Now, students are pushed to another level because they are required to locate his sound and have an awareness and understanding of how all sounds work together in words and sentences. In this resource, students work on phonological awareness skills without even realizing they are working on articulation and BOTH improve.
This HUGE bundle includes 20 different sounds: /m,b,p,t,d,k,g,f,v,l,l-blends,s,s-blends,sh,ch,th,j,r,r-blends/
For the bundle of the entire 20 sounds, that would make this packet $80 (which, for the results you will see, is still a good deal). However, you can snatch it up for a discount here.
This bundle includes the following sounds:
Cover pages and binder spines are also included.
Each sound is broken into 4 areas of phonological awareness:
♦Repeating single syllable sentences
♦Repeating multi-syllable sentences
♦Segmenting words in single syllable sentences
♦Segmenting words in multi-syllable sentences
♦Identification of phonemes
♦Deletion of phonemes
♦Addition of phonemes
♦Manipulation of phonemes
*Make sure to download the bonus file which includes all the sounds, binder spines, table of contents, and page numbers (instead of downloading each individual sound)
*Now offering discount bulk licenses (districts buying more than 10 individual licenses)! Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out if your district qualifies and for more information.
Nicole Allison, is a speech language pathologist who currently works with preschool through high school students. She holds an MA and has presented at local, state, and national conventions on topics related to speech and language pathology. She loves creating engaging resources for students and saving busy SLPs time with data collection and assessment materials. Nicole is the author of the blog Speech Peeps™ where she shares activities and ideas. She lives in Ohio with her husband and 3 little ones.
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