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Articulation Therapy

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A Semester of Articulation Therapy Ideas

As my semester wraps up, I’ve started compiling ideas that I’ve used thus far! One of my clients was a very young artic client. He was incredibly cooperative and wonderful, so I got the…

Articulation Chants for Speech Therapy - Crazy Speech World

Confession time...I'm a terrible singer. Like, turrible. But I don't let that stop me (Follow your dreams, people) from belting out my own little diddies and dance moves in my therapy sessions. Why? Mostly because it draws attention and makes my students laugh. But also, I know that movements and chants and rhymes can all help my students engage and learn. Like the kind of learning that sticks. Let's take a look at some research:

This free packet contains cards for the following speech sounds: b, p, m, h, w, y, d, n, t, k, f, g, j, sh, ch, l, v, r, s, z, and th. Additionally, there are cards for the following vowels: uh, ah, ee, oh, and oh.On each card is a picture of a mouth showing how to produce the sound, as well as a picture to help remind your students what sound they are working on!

This incredible FREE resource contains speech sound cue cards for 23 consonant sounds and 14 vowel sounds! On the front of each card is the phoneme, a mouth visual, and a visual that represents the sound. On the back of each card is a voicing icon, the written graphemes for the sound, place/manner/voicing prompts, and a real picture of a mouth. I like to print them back-to-back and use the side that works best for each student. The back (with the real picture and written graphemes) often…

The secret to more efficient articulation therapy….Coarticulation!

It's Coarticulation! I've been wanting to do a blog post about this subject that is near and dear to my heart, but I'm not sure I can do it justice. In any case, here I go. Warning:

It's All Fun and Games Until....

Someone is learning and making progress! Meredith of Peachie Speechie and I (Mandi of Panda Speech) have teamed up to talk about how we play games in speech! It is a commonly known fact that SLPs use board games in therapy sessions to engage their students. It is definitely not as easy as it sounds! We have to incorporate other materials relevant to each of the student’s objectives in between turns, not to mention cueing and modeling social skills. Let me say this, it is NOT all fun and game

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Resources for the Z sound, including z words for kids and artic printables for the z sound. Learn how to teach the z sound with these easy Z flash cards.
This deck is packed with fun for targeting prevocalic /r/ and blends and includes 30 cards. Utilize this deck during therapy as a fun game companion or as a stand-alone, digital, intervention deck. This deck can also be utilized for progress monitoring, a fun homework assignment or Rti intervention groups! #thespeechbanana #articulation #slpsgodigital #boomlearning #digitalspeechtherapy
Articulation Homework R, S, L, TH
Practice grids just might be your new favorite articulation therapy resource, especially when your students are working at the word level. They are great as a motivation tool (add stickers to the boxes) as well as a data collection resource. You can use them in your sessions or send them home for practice. I love to keep them hole-punched and in my binder so they are always handy.

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