Need a new, engaging way to target later articulation sounds for those hard to motivate students? Give this a try! I have some older students who love to play dice games in speech. The problem ---> most popular dice games take too long and adding up all of the dice is tedious! I created SPEECH-ZEE to solve this problem!
Included in this download: Initial and final /z/
This is just a sample of my full SPEECH-ZEE packet that includes the following sounds:
★ Initial/Medial/Final Positions of l, s, z, sh, ch, th
★ Initial sblends, Medial/Final sblends
★ Initial lblends, Medial/Final lblends
★ pre-vocalic r, er, ar, or, ear, air, ire
The game is played with (5) 6 sided dice. The students have a score sheet with 10 items (ones, twos, threes, 3 of a kind, 4 in a row, ect...). They have 3 rolls per turn to score on each item (played like traditional yahtzee). The scoring is in multiples of 5, making it quicker to score (see preview for an example of this). After the student scores their item, they place the dice on the dice images at the bottom of the page (each one has 4 words by it). These are the target they practice on each turn. There are 4 rounds available on the score sheet but you will get over 100 trials after 2 rounds!
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