Speech Therapy Articulation /V/ graphic organizer visual initial medial final

Speech Therapy Articulation /V/ graphic organizer visual initial medial final
Speech Therapy Articulation /V/ graphic organizer visual initial medial final
Speech Therapy Articulation /V/ graphic organizer visual initial medial final
Speech Therapy Articulation /V/ graphic organizer visual initial medial final
Speech Therapy Articulation /V/ graphic organizer visual initial medial final
Speech Therapy Articulation /V/ graphic organizer visual initial medial final
Speech Therapy Articulation /V/ graphic organizer visual initial medial final
Speech Therapy Articulation /V/ graphic organizer visual initial medial final
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Speech Therapy.
the “/V/ /V/ Victory” packet which is a unique and visual
approach to articulation. I found this activity effective for students who have extreme difficulty producing the /v/ sound. These activities use a graphic organizer visual and singles out the /v/ sound. The visual aspect appears to help with the student’s attention and focus to attempt to make the /v/ sound. I have used this with children with autism, language delays and attention deficits. I have also included a visual cue card to remind the child to “Loosely bite your bottom lip
and “turn on” your voice.”
This packet includes:
/v/ with a vowel sound.
/v/ in the initial position (5 pages)
/v/ in the final position (4 pages)
/v/ in the medial position (5 pages)
Cover page in case you want to make a booklet
A page with two visual cue cards for /v/ to “Loosely bite your bottom lip
and “turn on” your voice.”
You will need:
Printer
Standard White Printer Paper, 8.5” x 11”
Laminate for pages.
Prepare by printing and laminating the activity pages.
-or- skip laminate and just put in clear sheet protectors

Use:
Use your own therapy technique to teach the /v/ sound to the student. You may use the visual cue provided in this packet (the picture of the mouth with, saying “to “Loosely bite your bottom lip and “turn on” your voice.”
Start with the Silly Syllables page. As always, model the activity first, and fade support as child progresses. Use your finger to drag the sound from the “v” to the vowel sound. “v…ah”, “v..ay” and so on.
As the child finds success with the Silly Syllables page progress to the initial position page. When the child is ready progress to the other medial and final position pages. Remember to use your finger on the graphic organizer while saying the words.

Total Pages
22 pages
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