Would You Rather Sample IRE: A Carryover Activity for Older Students

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Would You Rather Articulation: Sample for IRE An Articulation Carryover Activity for Upper Elementary and Middle School.

These cards were designed to be used to promote both serious and silly discussion while working on carryover of /r/. The graphics were designed with older students in mind.

•Wordlist for vocalic /r/ IRE words
•40 question cards for vocalic /r/: IRE

Therapy Ideas:
•For older students, draw a card and have each student answer and discuss the question.
•For younger students, these cards may be paired with a reinforcing game. Have each student draw and answer a card before taking a turn in the game.
•For mixed groups, these cards may also be used to target fluency, perspective taking, responding in written language, auditory memory (recalling others’ answers), and expressive language.

This freebie is a sample of Would You Rather Articulation: An Articulation Carryover Activity for Upper Elementary and Middle School. The complete packet is available in color and black and white and contains cards for /r, r-blends, er, ar, or, air, ear, and ire/ ! To check it out Click Here

©Erin Diggins, MA CCC-SLP at Word of Mouth
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