HANDS ON FUN FOR YOUR ENTIRE CASELOAD!
Artic therapy is suddenly fun!
Kids slide a card into the bottom of the box, put a ball inside,
shut the lid, and shake the box. Then they open the box and say
the word or sentence corresponding to the picture the ball has
landed on. To keep score, after the student has said his/her word or sentence, have the student roll a dice. He/she then receives that many chips or tokens for correct pronunciation.
The box can be made in 6 easy steps from materials found around your house, office, or classroom.
68 CARDS INCLUDED:
Stops & Nasals: b, p, t, d, k, g, m, n, ŋ
Fricatives: f, v, h, s, z, ʃ, θ, ð
Affricates: tʃ, dʒ
Approximants: l, r, j, w
Blends: l, r, s, 3-consonant blends
The cards can be used independently of the box for drill. They can be kept on a metal book ring after punching a hole in the side of the cards. Card dividers have been included to separate the sounds by manner of articulation (stops, fricatives, etc.) for easy reference
Cards are divided by phoneme (1 per card) and word position (1 per card).
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