This set of seven Spanish worksheets target simple words with the CVCV syllable shape (consonant-vowel-consonant-vowel). Each target word has its own picture and the worksheets can be cut into puzzle shapes for articulation practice. This set of target words can be used with students who struggle with phonological processing, articulation, or apraxia. These carefully selected words all contain two syllables with various early developing sounds in the following consonant patterns:
1. bilabial to velar (e.g. vaca)
2. bilabial to alveolar (e.g. pato)
3. alveolar to bilabial (e.g. toma)
4. velar to bilabial (e.g. cama)
5. velar to alveolar (e.g. gato)
They are especially helpful for teaching young children to say two syllable words and reducing the occurrence of phonological processes: syllable reduplication, consonant assimilation, palatal and velar fronting, and weak syllable deletion. Use them for "cycles approach" practice, coloring, single word drilling, making short phrases, and for homework that parents can do at home with your students.