Keep articulation therapy fun, exciting and engaging. This download is made with the non-reader in mind. This game can be played with groups of students working on different target sounds or groups with students working on the same target sound. Each player gets their own race track board to hole punch as they pick cards with target sound pictures. Be the first player to reach the finish line or with the most holes punched at the end and win!!!!! Keeping students engaged is easy . They have fun playing this game while practicing correct production of the /S/ /R/, /L/, /SH/, /CH/ /TH/, /K/, /G/, or /F/ phonemes in all position of words. There are 72 or more target words for each target sound. You can increase the complexity of the task by asking student to use the words in sentences.
2 or more players
“Race track student game board” (included)
“Articulation cards” for target sound (included)
Hole puncher for each student ( sold separately)
Each student will need a hole puncher for this game. ( sold separately). Print one copy of race track student game board ( page 6) for each student on regular paper.
Print one copy of the set of articulation cards you wish to use with the students on cardstock.. Laminate for durability . Cut cards apart.
****If all students are working on the same target sound then only one set of articulation picture cards have to be printed and used.
**** If students are working on different target sounds then each student should receive their own set of articulation cards.
Playing The Game:
Shuffle all “Articulation picture cards. Place in a pile face down in front of students. Different piles can be used if students are working on different target sounds.
Choose a student to go first. Each player will take a turn. The student draws the top card from the pile. The student then says the word pictured on the card using correct production of the target sound. For those students at the sentence level in therapy, he/she must then use the word in a sentence with correct production of the target sound throughout the sentence. Once the student has done this he/she can then punch out the number of dots indicated at the top of the card (1,2,3 or 4) on their own race track game board starting at the start line. Play then proceeds to the next student
The winner is the first player to punch out all their dots on their own race track game board and reach the finish line. If time runs out, the player with the most dots punched out on his/her game board is the winner.