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Rtic-Toc An Articulation Game for Speech Therapy

Panda Speech
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Rtic-Toc: An Articulation Game for Later Developing Sounds

Do you need an interesting and engaging way to target articulation skills?

This game was designed to be a fun and challenging way to work on articulation skills. It is great because it incorporates basic math skills (telling time on an analog clock). The object of the game is to get the Rtic-Toc sheets filled up first. This is done by recording minutes by all 12 hours on the clock (in the meantime they are getting in plenty of articulation practice). See the preview for more details on the game play!

I use this with my upper elementary and middle school aged students. I recommend it for 2nd grade and up.

If your students are working on handwriting and telling time, you can support their academic progress with this activity.

If your students have already mastered telling time, they will enjoy the competition with this game. The students will race to be the first to fill up their Rtic-Toc sheets while moving the hands of the clock around and practicing target phonemes.

The following phonemes are included:

• initial, medial, and final l

• initial, medial, and final s

• initial, medial, and final z

• initial, medial, and final sh

• initial, medial, and final ch

• initial, medial, and final j

• initial, medial, and final s

• initial, medial, and final th (mixed voiced/voiceless)

• sblends

• lblends

• rblends

• pre-vocalic r

• vocalic r ( separate clocks for er, ar, or, ear, air, ire)

• blank clock (to fill in your own targets on)

Please email me with any questions before you buy! pandaspeech@gmail.com.

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It sounds more complicated than it is! Once you read the directions and try it once, it is easy!

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