Let's go fishing friends and also have fun with goldfish (the kind you can eat or the paper ones provided in this unit!)
This Gone Fishing Interactive Articulation Unit is our latest brand new unit that has been developed to help advance the correct articulation of the earlier developing speech sounds in your students whom are struggling with how to produce them. The activities are designed to keep their younger hands moving and having fun while also working hard to produce their targeted sounds with their articulators.
The early speech sounds that we have targeted in the initial medial and final position of words in this fun unit include:
/B/, /G/, /K/, /M/, /P/, & /T/
We have provided student approved activities (we always try these units out with our own students before posting); such as fishing for sounds, roll and cover fish with goldfish (real or pretend), and the movement of cute and colorful fishing-themed objects and boy and girl anglers onto fishing-themed scenes.
All of the fun and colorful activities, and even the large variety of black- ink only worksheets will provide you with several treatment days worth of articulation materials for advancing early speech sounds in your students.
We are listing the contents of the unit in this description area, but don't forget to peek at the preview to see examples of the pages. We always want you to know exactly what you are purchasing before you do. For one, please notice that this unit contains a large number of cute and colorful fishing themed worksheets, games and activities, but it also offers black-ink only worksheets that are fun to do such as seek-n-finds, cover and say, and color pages. It is a neat unit full of a large variety of pages!
Best wishes for a fun fishing-themed teaching session! And thank you so much for stopping by our Twin Speech, Language & Literacy TpT shop today. We wish you all well and appreciate your support very much!
Shanda Gaunt, M.S. CCC-SLP
Manda Riebel, M.A. CCC-SLP
Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC
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Page 4: Fishin’ Time Articulation Activity direction page.
Pages 5-10: Initial /B/, /G/, /K/, /M/, /P/, & /T/ fish cards. Print, cut out and attach a paper clip to each of these cards. Use a magnetic fishing pole for fishing for the words. Students are asked to repeat the words before placing them on the fishing mat or before placing them through the fishing bucket reinforcer page.
Page 11: Fishin’ Time Mat for placing the fish on to after the student has fished for them.
Page 12: Fish bucket. Cut out the rectangular space on this page for “inserting fish” into the bucket after verbal practice.
Page 13: Initial /B/ maze. Students complete the maze and also repeat their /B/ words.
Page 14: Initial /G/ say and cover page.
Page 15: Initial /K/ & /C/ maze. Students complete the maze and also repeat their initial position /K/ & or /C/ words.
Page 16: Initial /M/ say and cover page.
Page 17: Initial /T/ maze. Students complete the maze and also repeat their /T/ words.
Page 18: Initial /P/ say and cover page.
Pages 19-20: Fishing objects. First, cut out the objects after printing and laminating them. Then, have the students repeat any of the early speech sounds in words as seen on the flashcards as they glue the fishing objects onto the picture scenes found on the following pages.
Pages 21-22: Fishing placemats. Place the fish for the fishing activity on these mats.
Pages 23-24: Open-ended color in pages. Therapist places any targeted word or sound in the circles and the students are asked to practice them before covering them with a token.
Pages 25-26: Gone Fishing game board, spinner and game pieces.
Pages 27-28: Goldfish in color and black ink only. Print, laminate and cut out these goldfish for use in the roll and cover articulation pages that follow. Note: Real goldfish crackers or Swedish fish could also be used in the activity. Students often love the addition of one of these treats that can be used during the task and also ate afterwards for a treat.
Pages 29-32: Initial, medial and final black- ink only worksheets targeting the /B/ sound.
Pages 33-35: Initial, medial and final black- ink only worksheets targeting the /G/ sound.
Pages 36-39: Initial, medial and final black- ink only worksheets targeting the /K/ sound.
Pages 40-43: Initial, medial and final black- ink only worksheets targeting the /M/ sound.
Pages 44-47: Initial, medial and final black- ink only worksheets targeting the /P/ sound.
Pages 48-51: Initial, medial and final black- ink only worksheets targeting the /T/ sound.
Pages 52-55: Four blank fishing-themed color and practice pages. These open-ended worksheets are for a teacher, parent or speech-language pathologist to fill in any needed sound or word for student practice.
Pages 56-57: Speech therapy fishing unit door signs.
Page 58: Blank fish cards. Use these cards for filling in any targeted speech sound or word for fishing articulation.
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Page 60: Clip art credit page.
Page 61: Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC document linking page.