This is a fun way to practice speech articulation sounds. To make a silly story,children cut apart the pictures and place them face down. As they read the story aloud (or listen to a parent read it, they select a picture card to complete the sentences.
THE FLY-AWAY VALENTINES is a story about a fictional postman and the trouble he has when the wind blows his mail all over town. Children will enjoy turning over the picture cards to make a silly story telling where Mr. Thornsmith found the mail on a windy day in Rightsville.
The story is full of “S”, “L”, and “R” words.
There are two complete sets of picture cards. One set features S, L, R and CH words. The other has a mixed assortment of common artic sounds.