SPEECH THERAPY. “Fluency, Intelligibility, and Food Group Activity.” This activity was created by popular demand. It is for working with students in a speech therapy room to target fluency, intelligibility, and even food group categories! The repetitive and rote nature of this activity is great for speech therapy practice. In addition, there is a great vocabulary component to this activity.
This packet includes:
In the vegetable garden, I see (a) … (with 18 pictures with words)
At the meat market, I see … (with 18 pictures with words)
In the fruit basket, I see … (with 18 pictures with words)
In the dairy section, I see … (with 18 pictures with words)
Food grains, food grains, I see … (with 18 pictures with words)
For dessert, I will have __/a/an … (with 18 pictures with words)
You will need:
Standard White Printer Paper, 8.5” x 11” (Cardstock, optional)
Print the seven activity pages. Laminate them.
This activity, is pretty self-explanatory and easy to use. Whatever the speech therapy goal is for your student, use your therapy technique with this activity. For example, if you are working on fluency, use whatever technique you prefer (for example, “light contacts”). The child will use strategy taught to say “In the vegetable garden, I see carrots.” Move to each picture on the page, or just the ones that the child wishes to say. If the child has an intelligibility goal, again, use your technique with this activity for the child to speak clearly, loudly, and slowly. If the child has a category goal, this activity is great for introducing vocabulary by category.