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Need St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets for March? Use these Speech therapy articulation worksheets in articulation therapy now. Just print what you need from this 45 page activity and color! Each one will be unique!
All you need to complete is a printer, crayons, markers or color pencils.
Each student’s picture will be unique with a CHOOSE-YOUR-OWN-CODE format. The students will choose what colors to use on the color by code worksheet page. They make beautiful hallway decorations during the month of March.
Use the worksheets for speech therapy homework activities! Send home with students over Spring Break or during the month of March to complete with a parent.
The St. Patrick’s Day printable worksheets included contain the major articulation sounds targeted in elementary speech therapy. Each sound is targeted in initial, medial and final positions of the word. Pictures are included for vocabulary comprehension and learning. Words were specifically chosen to be commonly occurring in an elementary student’s daily activities or classroom learning situations.
To see the full table of contents, just click on the preview.
Sounds included are:
CV/VC Words, CVC Words, Multisyllabic Words for speech therapy homework for preschoolers!
The other speech therapy articulation worksheets included are:
/s/ and blends
/l/ and blends
/r/ and blends
th, sh, ch
*A blank page included to use as you like!
With 15 words per page but 35 coloring spaces, get multiple repetitions of targeted words during one session!
Other St. Patrick's Day Activities in my Store can be found through the links below:
→ Create your own Feed the Leprechaun (fully editable and free!0
→ Flip to the Finish: St. Patrick's Day Word Building Game for Vocabulary