I have plenty of kiddos with articulation goals that aren't crazy about the mushiness of Valentine's Day. In fact, it kinda bugs them! So, why not add an icky, fun factor to our seasonal game?!
Each sheet has a box of candy with 20 pictured targets and 5 bugs. Roll a dice and color/daub that many candies. If you roll a "1" you have to color/daub a bug. Yuck! Can you finish the candies before you finish the bugs?
Or, use candy kisses, pennies or bingo chips to cover the circles before the kiddos see the sheets. On their turn, they remove one kiss. Is it a target or a bug (yuck!)? Can they uncover all of the candies before they uncover the bugs?
I like to use candy the first time, then repeat the activity (or send it home) to use as a roll and say game.
Sheets print b&w. Includes a sheet for each of the following: K (initial and final), G (initial and final), F (initial and final), V (initial and final), L (initial, medial, final and blends), S (initial, medial,final and blends), SH (initial and final), CH (initial and final), J (initial), TH (initial and final), Prevocalic R, AR, EAR, AIR, IRE, ER, OR, PR/BR, TR/DR, KR/GR, FR/STR/SPR
Each sheet contains a written list of pictured targets.
Bonus! Includes two writing activities!