this Articulation Craftivity for creating paper fans and/or paper planes! This is a no-prep (just print it on regular paper, black and white) activity that is fun and targets many speech sounds: Sounds:
D, F, G, J, K, L, S, T, V, Z, CH, SH, TH, Pre-vocalic /r/ R Intervocalic /r/, /r/ blends, /s/ blends, /l/ blends, AIR, AR, EAR, ER, IRE, OR
Each page has 20 articulation words and has a whimsical coloring picture (for student to color), lines for folding fan, and text for homework direction. There are
a total of 45 pages. Do to popular demand from the students, I have included a dinosaur packet, where each artic page has a different dinosaur (another 45 pages)
NOTE: Each of these pages can either be folded into a fan or airplane. I provide links to how to fold them. Please print them out from your computer.
45 articulation pages with whimsical coloring picture which include K, D, F, G, J, K, L, N, S, T, V, Z (Init, Medi, Final), /S/ blends, /R/ Blends, /L/ Blends, Prevocalic /R/, Intervocalic /R/, vocalic /R/’s (air, ar, er, ear, ire, or).
45 articulation pages with DINOSAUR coloring pictures for the same sounds/words as above 45 pages.
Note: Each page includes text for homework where parent initials work.
Includes links to websites on how to fold the fans and airplanes.
Includes instructions to make a basic paper plane, and paper fan.
Includes safety warnings for flying paper plane.
Very simple to use and great for the summer school hectic schedule.
You will need:
regular white printer paper
Print all activity pages.
Decide which sounds you will be working on and make copes of the pages that target those sounds for the student(s).
Think about the students that you will be working with, and select out the pages.
Boys tend to like the dinosaur pictures, so keep that in mind.
You will need coloring supplies for student to color the page. Crayons, color pencils,
markers are great for this.
Have student say the words on the page at what ever level they are at (word, phrase, sentence) After student has completed all words and has colored the page,
ask student if he/she would like to fold the paper into a paper fan, or paper plane.
You may easily have student take this home for homework (see the text on the page). Go over safety rules included if making a paper plane. Send safety rules home, if child takes airplane home.
How to fold paper airplane:
More paper airplane directions:
How to fold the fan: