STORY MAKER Speech & Language Cards

STORY MAKER Speech & Language Cards
STORY MAKER Speech & Language Cards
STORY MAKER Speech & Language Cards
STORY MAKER Speech & Language Cards
STORY MAKER Speech & Language Cards
STORY MAKER Speech & Language Cards
STORY MAKER Speech & Language Cards
STORY MAKER Speech & Language Cards
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This product includes 665 cards that can be attached to basic 1 ¼ inch square wooden blocks, with removable glue dots.

The LANGUAGE pages include occupations, pronouns, action words, emotions, adjectives, question cards, locations, multiple meaning words, & synonyms.

The ARTICULATION pages include 14 cards for each of the following phonemes in the initial, medial, and final positions – F, V, S, & L. Also included are 14 cards of each of the following, Prevocalic R, Vocalic AIR, AR, EAR, ER, IRE, OR as well as Z in the initial and final position.

How To Use: These cards can be laminated, and cut along the dark black outline around each square. They may be attached to all sides of the blocks using removable glue dots. Pick the student’s target objectives and attach to as many story blocks as desired.

•Have the student roll each block and make up a story pertaining to the blocks images that are facing upward. Have the student use grammatically correct sentences in their story.

Suggestions-

ActionWords– The students could have to change the displayed verb tense to accurately reflect the use in their story.

Multiple meaning words- you may want to have the student make up two different stories with the different meanings.

Synonyms - you may want your student to provide a synonym for the displayed word in their story.

Pronouns– You could have your student use the correlating pronoun to the pictured community helper. (Ex. If a picture of a male is displayed the student could say “He works at a restaurant” instead of “The waiter works at a restaurant”.

Question Cards - Use the question cards to determine what kind of questions the student must ask.

•If you are targeting articulation sounds, then use the appropriate phoneme and placement on one of the blocks. Have the student make up their own sentence using the images from all story blocks.

The possibilities with these story maker cards, mounted to wooden blocks, are endless. Be creative and incorporate it with all of you students on a variety of goals and difficulty levels.

The blocks and glue dots are not included with this purchase/digital download. You may opt to purchase these for fairly cheap at a variety of chain stores such as Target, Michael's, or Walmart.

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19 pages
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