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speech therapy articulation ST blends graphic organizer flashcards card autism

speech therapy articulation ST blends graphic organizer flashcards card autism
speech therapy articulation ST blends graphic organizer flashcards card autism
speech therapy articulation ST blends graphic organizer flashcards card autism
speech therapy articulation ST blends graphic organizer flashcards card autism
speech therapy articulation ST blends graphic organizer flashcards card autism
speech therapy articulation ST blends graphic organizer flashcards card autism
speech therapy articulation ST blends graphic organizer flashcards card autism
speech therapy articulation ST blends graphic organizer flashcards card autism
Product Description
SPEECH THERAPY “Stupendous /st/ blend Practice” packet which is a unique and visual approach to articulation. I found this activity effective for students who have extreme difficulty producing the /st/ blend. This approach uses a graphic organizer to blend the “s” to the to the “t” part of the word (i.e. “s” to “tack” to become “stack”). I also have the same /st/ words presented on flashcards in blended and unblended form (s…tack, stack).

(5 graphic organizers for a total of 35 “st” words) (Total flashcards: 35)

This packet includes:
/st/ “sta” words presented with graphic organizer
/st/ “ste” words presented with graphic organizer
/st/ “sti” words presented with graphic organizer
/st/ “sto” words presented with graphic organizer
/st/ “stu” words presented with graphic organizer
/st/ “sta” words presented in flash cards
/st/ “ste” words presented in flash cards
/st/ “sti” words presented in flash cards
/st/ “sto” words presented in flash cards
/st/ “stu” words presented in flash cards

Use:
On the graphic organizer pages: Demonstrate the following to the student. Drag your finger from the “s” (make a strong /s/ sound) to the “t” word (say the /t/ word). It will sound something like “sssss…..tack” for “stack”. Now, have the child do the same. At first, the word will sound somewhat unblended, but as the child progresses, he/she will say the word quicker and begin blending the “s” and ‘t.”
Also, use the flashcards to practice the same “st” words. Try the unblended ‘st’ word first (i.e., “s….tack”), until the student can say the blended ‘st’ word (“stack”).
Total Pages
15 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
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