This is one sweet summer articulation pack! Its 42 pages of great articulation activities created by Mindy Stenger, M.A., CCC-SLP (thespeechbucket.blogspot.com) for students who’ve just started working on a sound, to students working on sentence carryover. The sounds targeted in this packet are: initial, medial, and final /k/, /g/, /l/, /s/, /z/, ‘th’, and initial /f/, /v/, and prevocalic /r/.
Pages 2 – 7 target sounds at the syllable level in all positions of a syllable set (initial (CV), medial (VCV), and final (VC)). I would recommend printing these pages on heavy cardstock and laminating…you’ll want to use them with all of your students! The student places their sound card (pages 5-7) over the large strawberry (hashed out) on the syllable practice sheet. Then the student can use a marker (different colors for multiple productions) and/or their finger to slide to the vowel (or vice versa if targeting VC, or VCV). I’ve also included a blank template incase you are targeting a sound not included in this packet.
Pages 8 – 29 target sounds at the single word level. Again, you can print these out, laminate them, and use dry-erase and/or over- head projector pens (I think these wipe off better) to color in the strawberries for each production, or you can print and give each student their own sheet. I’ve also included a blank template incase you’d like to create your own words – or you are targeting a sound not included in this packet.
Page 30 is a board game you can use with your syllable sets, single words, phrases or sentences.
Pages 31 – 41 target sounds in phrases and sentences. Again, you can print these out, laminate them, and keep a classroom set, or you can print and give each student their own sheets. The student cuts out their target words (pages 32-41), and puts them on (one production at a time) either the phrase or the sentence part of the sheet (page 31). Again, I’ve included blank cards so you can create your own words.
Page 42 is a fun sentence and/or introduction into conversational carry-over activity. The student draws a picture (including their target words and/or sounds) then tells a story (or gives you a sentence) about working in a strawberry patch!
Check out more packet pictures at - http://thespeechbucket.blogspot.com