This huge value bundle of Articulation Therapy Activities contains several projects that are sure to keep your mixed articulation groups entertained all year round. Best of all, they are easy to prep…simply print and go!
“This has been a lifesaver for me, and I just know that it is going to save me many times over next year, and for years to come! Perfect for those days when you just dont have the time to prep!”
This bundle is a great value (400+ pages) and contains 24 packets of cards and worksheets to cover all the sounds your students need.
“I have my students color the black and white cards, cut them out, and then create simple phrases with their sight words. Opportunities for so many trials and then they have their own cards for whatever games or activities we do. Excellent resource, especially when you don’t have your own artic card sets!”
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“This is such a wonderful bundle to help with carryover, generalization and to give out as homework. It is something quick and easy that the kids love using. It is especially helpful when you are having one of those days where you need something to work on but you don’t have time to plan an elaborate activity.”
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You may also be interested in my best selling Articulation Notebooks Value Bundle. The target images used in this series are the same. This means that this packet can be integrated seamlessly with your existing therapy planning or as extension activities for early finishers.
The 24 packets included in this value bundle are for the following sounds – /s/, /z/, /l/, /r/ (pre-vocalic), /r/ (vocalic), /s/ blends, /l/ blends, /r/ blends, /sh/, /ch/, /th/, /J/, /k/, /g/, /f/, /v/, /p/, /b/, /t/, /d/, /m/, /n/, /h/ & /w/
“This bundle is so comprehensive. There are pictures for each sound followed by activities for each. Even if my students are working on different sounds, they can be doing the same activity. P.S. I LOVE the bracelet!! What a clever idea to make them think about their words outside of the speech room. Well done!!”