St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy Craft for Articulation

St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy Craft for Articulation
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy Craft for Articulation
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy Craft for Articulation
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy Craft for Articulation
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy Craft for Articulation
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy Craft for Articulation
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy Craft for Articulation
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy Craft for Articulation
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This St. Patrick's Day articulation craft is an easy speech therapy activity that your students will love. Simply print and go. The activity targets articulation in all positions for a large variety of sounds.

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- Materials Required: Scissors, glue, and colored pencils/crayons/markers.

- There are 30 targets for each sound.

- Have your students practice each target multiple times or have them make sentences using each target word.

- TIP: I have my students practice each word in a row and then color the whole row at one time. This helps speed things up and use time more efficiently (especially if you have little perfectionists who like to take their time).

- Your students should color the visual scene before gluing the cutouts.

- Have your students practice target words as they color the visual scene.

- Glue each row of the rainbow vertically.

- Use the word lists if you are unsure about any illustrations.

- If printing on colored paper – You should load 6 different colored pieces of paper into the printer/copier and print 6 copies of one page of rainbow cutouts. You’ll have enough rainbow cutouts for 12 crafts - 6 crafts for 2 different sounds!

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