Seasonal articulation freebie! This cute halloween activity works on beginning SH, CH, TH, L, and R at word, phrase and sentence level.
If you have students who don't celebrate holidays you can leave out the "trick-or-treat" buckets and just have
I'm offering a simple articulation data sheet. This is a sheet that I keep multiple copies of nearby since I am always using it for my articulation students. I tend to print two copies then run them on the copier back to back to save paper.
This is what I created to document service time and data for each of my students. Since I have a copy of their goals from their IEP in their folder, I don't rewrite the goals on this sheet. This is purely to document how many times a month I am
This is a sheet I created to keep track of all the testing/screening, meetings, reports and just general to-do items that are all part and parcel of being an SLP.
I have found the best way to use it is by slipping it in a sheet protector and
Another seasonal freebie! This is a fun game to work on with students that are producing the antonymn or opposite of a given word. These level 1 words are first grade words, however I do use them for some of my older students who struggle with
This is just a generic game board for Thanksgiving so it will work well no matter what goal you are working on. The set-up of the game board is based on Speech Time Fun's wh- questions game board which is found here:
This is an activity/game to address 1 step directions without modifiers. I needed something that worked on some of the directional concepts that aren't always included in activities such as "all but one" or "neither/nor".
This game contains 30
This activity was created for students to work on basic decoding in addition to practicing their articulation sounds. It was made specifically for a few students of mine that have a lateral lisp and it is impacting their reading skills. They are
This 8 page activity for /k/ and /g/ has 8 stimulus pictures and words for each position of each sound for a total of 48 articulation pictures/cards.
After printing and laminating the Christmas lights you punch a hole in the top (or base of the
This is the next addition to my following directions games/activities. This activity includes 30 one-step directions with modifiers. So while they are still one-step directions it includes more concepts the students have to listen to in order to
This articulation activity for K and G is using the Literacy Speaks approach to articulation. To find out more information about Literacy Speaks you can go here: http://www.literacyspeaks.com/
This activity includes 80 cards total as well as a