Meet my newest steal from pinterest. Capture the Words… articulation edition. My students have really been loving this activity. I love it mostly because it’s fast and a great way to get in a lot of practice in a short amount of time. I got the idea from a sight word game over at First Grade A La Carte. You can either use highlighter or bingo chips. Students take turns rolling dice or drawing slips and covering words. After I took this picture I made my letter and number dice from little 1″ wooden blocks I had in my craft pile. Download them for free here: SH K L S S blends R TH Print, enjoy and let me know what you think!
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i love all of your therapy ideas! i have a question, what font do you use? Because I love it also!
Jenna Rayburn says
Thanks Megan! The font is http://kevinandamanda.com/fonts/fontsforpeas/pea-hollee/
yay! thank you!!!
I have been using these sheets on my Smartboard. I have the kids come up and say their word, then use it in a sentence (if they are at that level), and then they use the pens to mark off the word. I can easily switch the highlighter color for each student.
Thank you for all the great printables and ideas!!
The Bradford's says
Love this activity and would like to adapt it to a few language goals. Is there anyway to get the template?
Jenna, I appreciate all the ideas that you’re using with your kids! I share your blog with my K-2 teachers regularly as a means of helping them find interventions they might incorporate into their teaching. Many of our students come with language deficits, and the teachers are often wondering what they can do to support the work of our extremely hard-working, and heavily overburdened Speech-Language Therapist! Thank you!
Carla K. says
I used this with my 3rd graders today and they loved it! Thank you so much for sharing your ideas. You’re a genius!! 🙂
Thank you! Quick, easy, and adaptable for various ages/skill levels 🙂
Pat Mervine says
I use the Make Dice App for this — one with numbers, one with letters. The kids love it!
I haven’t had time to get an alphabet die for this so I improvised…used white out tape on the letters, drew in shapes and used the number-die-inside-a-blue-shape die. Had a great time with my second graders! Thank you!
Gina Palluconi says
Thank you so much for these and all of your wonderful therapy ideas, Jenna! 🙂
Thank you Jenna! You continue to amaze me!
I know this is an old post, but I do love these. A blank one would be fantastic so that it could be more versatile.