This document is a visual chart that I use with my students to practice their /r/ sound in the initial position with various vowel following. I have included a visual for the "bowl shape" that I have had the most success with teaching /r/.
These question and answer sentence stems are great to use as a visual cue for your students who struggle with answering what questions. These questions are for very basic language to be used with picture cards or objects to place in the blank.
This cute activity is perfect for the end of the school year to encourage conversation about each student's summer. Each popsicle answers a different question - "What will I do?", "Where will I go?" and "Who will I see?". Students can write in their
A fun freebie card game that you can use with your students to practice prevocalic /R/! This can be used to address at the word, phrase, or sentence level. Watch out-- if the apple falls from the tree, you lose all of your cards!
This free resource is great for working with students who are working towards better speech sounds. With literacy-based therapy in mind, your students can use this to write words they find or hear in a text that include their articulation sounds.
Target three syllable words for articulation or syllable reduction with this fun train track activity. Each train track has a multi-syllable word with a pacing board underneath each one. Your students can produce the word at the word, phrase, or