A NEW NOTE: I love this material! It's such a quick and happy addition to my library of primary activities, effective for articulation and language, and a real child-pleaser. Apparently, it didn't come across very well and not one sold since I posted it last spring. So, now it's free. Enjoy, see what I mean. If enough of you like it, I'll add a Direction Games for /r/ and sell that. (I especially like using it with little Avery circle stickers.)
A happy addition to your speech therapy library of articulation materials. Need a quick effective articulation activity to fix the blahs? Direction Games for l Sound Therapy are just the thing to perk up students while offering a rich, naturalistic communication interaction.
No need to even go over the rules. Just put the materials in front of students, model the first direction, then let students take turns.
The resulting interactions offer a great opportunity to collect data, to observe communication, and to help improve articulation