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It includes cornucopia scenes to be used for articulation (or phonics) practice, but this isn’t your ordinary cornucopia!
Students must find and color items in and around the cornucopia that contain their target sound. Each page contains target sounds in various positions (initial, medial, final).
Each page contains pictures with a different phoneme.
They address r, vocalic r, /r/ blends, /s/,/z/, /s/ blends, /l/, /l/ blends, sh, ch, dz, th, /f/, /v/, /k/, /g/, /t/, /d/, /b/, /p/.
*/s/ and /z/ are combined. Likewise, /f/ and /v/ are combined, and vocalic and /r/ are combined.
You can use this for every level of articulation therapy and adapt it to meet your students’ goals:
1) Use this for sound discrimination by having students say each item in the cornucopia and then decide whether or not it contains their sound. They can then tell the position in which they heard it (beginning, middle or end).
2) Use this for sound practice in isolation by having students say each item and then tell the position in which they hear their sound (beginning, middle or end). Next they can practice producing the sound in isolation. Once they’ve done so, allow the child to color the item.
3) Use this for practice in words by having students say each item (so you can assess how he/she produces it independently) or if necessary, have students drill/repeat it after your model. After they’ve done so, allow them to color the item.
4) Use this for practice in phrases by having students say each item and then make a short phrase with it. If needed, you can give them a carrier phrase like “I like _____” or “I see a _____” Or “let’s eat ______.” After students say these to your satisfaction, allow them to color the item.
5) Use this for practice in sentences by having students make a sentence about each item in the cornucopia then repeat it X number of times. Challenge them to make the wackiest or longest sentences they can!
6) Use this for practice in spontaneous speech and conversation by having students talk about each item, tell how they feel about it, explain why it does or does not belong in a cornucopia or tell if they’ve ever seen it at a Thanksgiving feast, etc.
These pages are also perfect to send home for speech homework!
All black and white pages and no wasted paper!
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