Quantity and quality. Both are important for articulation therapy. Once the kids have their sounds down in words, I am always looking for a way to get a lot of trials in to work on carryover. I saw these great sight word lists on teachertipster.com. So I made some articulation versions. Your student takes one deep breath and tries to read the list without any errors. If they read list 1 without errors and in one breath, they get to move on to a longer list! Grab your freebies here: K, G, S, S blends Let me know what you think!
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Sarah Cox says
Wow! I saw these on teacher tipster too and was going to do the same thing! So glad I stumbled upon your blog! This will save me a lot of time. Thank you so much for sharing!
I found you through a post on pinterest. I love this idea!
Thank you for the download! This will be a great “5 minute” activity!
Jenna Rayburn says
Thanks ladies! Making them for other sounds it on my (10 page long) to do list! So check back!!
I love this simple exercise…..perrrrfect!! You’re so creative! Keep them coming Jenna!! Thanks again!
These are fantastic!! Thank you for sharing them. Do you have them for other sounds?