This no prep pumpkin craft is perfect for your articulation groups this Fall, when your list of new referrals is a mile long and you're low on time to plan, prep, and communicate to parents what sounds you've been targeting in therapy!
With Pumpkin Patch Articulation, your students will get to color pumpkins with target words and glue them onto a pumpkin patch scene to take home! This activity works great for groups because their hands are busy between each turn so there's no waiting around with nothing to do. Pumpkin Patch Articulation is also a great alternative to "spooky" activities if you aren't allowed to use Halloween in your therapy setting.
How to Use:
Have your students practice the word on each pumpkin a certain number of times before coloring their pumpkin orange. I also have them color the grass, the person, and the sign while waiting for their next turn to practice, too! After the pumpkins are covered, cut them out and glue them on to the pumpkin patch!
What You'll Get :
•4 Pumpkin patch backgrounds (2 female, 2 male)
•/SM, SN, SP, ST, SK, SL, SW/ blends (5 each)
•/BL, CL, FL, GL, PL, SL/ blends (5 each)
•/BR, CR, DR, FR, GR, PR, TR/ blends (5 each)
•All other phonemes: /p, b, m, n, t, d, k, g, f, v, l, s, z/ sh, ch, j, voiceless "th" ➜ 5 each position (15 total; initial, medial, final position)
only initial /r/ (not vocalic /r/) is included in this download. Phonemes /h, w/ are only included in the initial word position, but there are 10 stimulus images per phoneme for each of these sounds (/r, h, w/)
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