Use Articulation Sight Words to practice articulation sounds in the context of Kindergarten and First Grade Sight words. Practicing articulation skills using Literacy activities helps in transferring articulation skills into the classroom.
1.) Read the sight word to the student. Then complete “Say the word”. There are ten circles. After saying the word 3 times the student can draw a happy face, color the circle or place a sticker in the circle.
2.) Cut the bottom of the paper off. Have the student cut the letters apart and make the word. Glue the letters into the boxes.
3.) Have the student color the sight word as they practice saying it.
4.) Have the student write the word on the line until it is full.
5.) End the session by having the student practice saying the word again. Say the word 3 times each and fill in the circle. Part of this can be left for homework.
56 targeted Sight Words- One activity sheet for each of the 56 sight words that targets saying, making, coloring and writing the sight word.
K Sound – can, come, came, make, walk, thank, think, look, like, black
G Sound – go, get, good, give, big
F Sound – for, find, four, from, funny, fly
V Sound – of, over, give, live
Th Sound - the, that, they, this, them, then, three, there, thank, think, with
S Sound - so, see, saw, say, soon, said, some, stop, once, this
R Sound – red, run, ran, ride, round, from, are, our, her, for, over, three, there, brown
L Sound – let, look, like, live, fly, blue, play, black, will, well