50 verb cards with realistic images.
From basic actions such as eating and sleeping, to the 5 senses, to more complex actions, this pack includes actions your child will witness and experience throughout their daily activities.
The images provided
Spanish Initial /k/ articulation words realistic images.
Print and Go!
Laminate cards, cut and go! Use either as flash cards, play a "I Spy" game, or print two copies of each and play memory.
Can edit cards, or add new words if so desired.
I love all things monster, and so do most of my kiddos!
I use this for a variety of purposes. Use Do-A-Dot, Crayons, Stamps, Glitter Glue, or Play Doh!
Trials for articulation goals (5x for each monster=100 trials!)
Reinforcement to complete
Realistic is always more concrete for my kiddos.
When providing a field of 2-4 to begin answering Where questions, I have been using these realistic cards to help my kiddos relate a bit better.
When they begin to label, peeing these visuals and
So many amazing articulation sheets for easy prep and go for English and not enough for Spanish!
Add these Loco Lobo sheets to your articulation collection!
Use this in a variety of ways!
Do-A-Dot, Play-doh smash, Color, Glitter-Glue, Spinners,
Add to your Spanish Articulation binder!
It's too easy to find fun, amazing English articulation sheets that are low to no prep, but not enough content on Spanish Articulation!
Use these in a variety of ways:
Do-A-Dot, Color, Play-Doh Smash,
Here you go! Another Loco Lobo to add to your Spanish Articulation collection binder!
More to come, I promise!
Use these with:
Do-A-Dot, Coloring, Stamps, Glitter glue, Play-doh Smashing, Spinners, Wind-up toys and more!
My niece absolutely loves my little pony!!!
So of course I decided my next reinforcement would be my little pony themed.
I use these as reinforcements, giving a sticker for every production/positive behavior etc. I also use these for Trials in
Sometimes teaching the kiddos the steps is not enough. They can be absolute experts at using their strategies when told to, but on their own, they often go out the window.
These visuals can help them remind THEMSELVES what to do when they want to
Spanish initial /f/ words.
Because there aren't enough low-prep, low-cost, Spanish friendly materials out here for us!
Different ways to use:
Do-A-Dot, Coloring, Stamps, Glitter-glue, Play-doh Smash, Spinner, Wind-up toys and more!
Some of my kiddos do well with practicing their strategies during speech session, but have difficulty carrying over strategies outside of the speech room.
When I asked one of my kiddos if she ever had bumpy speech in other places (even at home)
Similar to my WHERE disfluency interactive visual, this helps my kiddos understand they can have both bumpy and smooth speech withe everyone in their lives.
Often times parents get frustrated when they hear their child barely makes bumps in speech
For a lot of my kiddos with autism, their goals include knowing personal information, such as their name, school, phone number and address.
As you know, visuals are a great help! But the multi-sensory cues of identifying the answer, picking it up