Evidence Based. No nonsense. Printer friendly.
Use these visuals to help teach
sounds at the syllable level! Also
great for promoting literacy and leftto-
Suggestions for use:
I have speech therapy students point to the sound in the bubble and
produce that sound as they trace their finger over the arrows to a
vowel. Once they get to the vowel, I have them say the vowel name
(or sound). For example: “FFFFF-AY” for F A. We gradually
speed up the time we spend tracing the arrow as the student
progresses, to decrease that broken and/or prolonged format. Reverse this for final consonant syllable practice! Also works great
as a take-home activity for parents!