Sound Hunt Stickers serve several important purposes:
•Students have to find words in up to 48 categories that contain specified speech sounds, building awareness and vocabulary,
•Students practice their articulation with words that are relevant to their curriculum, interests, and environment,
•Sound Hunt Stickers save YOU lots of time and paper!
You will need:
•One box of Avery 5150 labels
•One small composition book for each articulation student
Print these pages on Avery 5160 labels. You can print them all at once or as needed. There are 30 stickers per page, so if you have more than 30 articulation students, print more than one copy of each page. Although they are labeled “Week 1, Week 2, etc.,” you can use them in any order.
Each week put a new sticker in your students’ composition book. On some stickers you can write in how many words you want the students to list. On all stickers you will write in the target sound. Encourage the students to look for the target sounds anywhere in the words, so they have speech practice with the sound in the initial, medial, and final positions.
Optional: Each sticker instructs students to practice their words at the word level. You can increase speech and language practice by adding a second sticker that instructs the student to either say or write sentences for their Sound Hunt words.
Created by Pat Mervine, Speaking of Speech.com
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