Sugary Sweet Ways to Say Said: Fricatives that Just Won't Stop & More!
Are you a classroom teacher that is tired of reading the word "said" over and over again? Are you looking ways to support the speech-language students in your classroom while enhancing your toolbox for ALL of your students?
Are you a speech-language pathologist looking for another way to incorporate the general curriculum into your therapy sessions? Do you have mixed articulation and language groups and need cohesive materials to support each student's individual needs?
If your answer is YES to any of the above, you've come to the right place! This versatile packet includes ways to put "said" to bed once and for all!
In this packet, you will find OVER 100 WAYS TO SAY SAID including:
78 phoneme cards (in both color and black & white versions)
Expanded 102 card set for language/vocabulary use which includes 24 more ways to say said
Activity and Expansion Ideas
Deck Cover for each phoneme & Dictionary
78 Alternatives for “said” sorted by phoneme – color and black & white included of each
Each card is individually labeled to allow for simplified sorting in the event that decks get mixed up in activity or you are entrenched in an intense game of 52 card pick up.
/s/ - 24 stimulus cards
/z/ - 12 stimulus cards
/f/- 12 stimulus cards
/v/- 12 stimulus cards
/sh/ - 9 stimulus cards
/th/ - 9 stimulus cards
**Note: Some stimulus cards are written with (d) or (ed), such as voice(d) to allow for production in the final position of words by using the present tense, if desired.
Expanded Card Set Without Phoneme Label for Language Goals or General Classroom Use in both color and black & white versions
6 Sorting mats to investigate emotion associated with vocabulary term
Print fricative cards on cardstock, then laminate. Use with Candy Game board from SLP Frenzy or to supplement your current session manipulative/activity. For convenient storage, hole punch decks and store them on binder rings.
Repetitive practice of core set of words will reinforce vocabulary acquisition and promote growth within the language arts curriculum.
Print off student copies to create individual books to reference during writing activities by hole punching the corner of each card and attach to a ring. Students can color in the speech bubble on the card when they use the word in their writing to encourage vocabulary expansion and use.
Create a “who said” display in which students can post cards as they use words in their writing or discover words while reading.
Match the cards to a corresponding sentence that reflects its emotion. Replace “said” when editing writing to use another term.
Classroom teachers can utilize card decks or compile sound card dictionaries which support speech/language target goals within their classroom while concurrently expanding vocabulary and phonemic awareness skills of all students
Use additional cards not labeled with specific phonemes to target language goals in mixed therapy groups .
For a free sample of this packet, please visit http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Sugary-Sweet-Ways-to-Say-Said-FREEBIE-1578219
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