Another sight word game turned articulation game! To make these Sound Towers just take an empty Pringles can and cover it. Take about 40 Dixie cups. Write your articulation words onto the bottom of the cups. Watch your little ones build and build as they say their words. If the tower falls, just rebuild (as you re-say each word of course!)
Your groups can work together collaboratively if they have the same target sounds. If they have different sounds they can compete to see who can build the tallest towers (you don’t want to sort those cups later!)
In my mixed articulation/language groups, children working on language goals use the word on the in a sentence, name an antonym, give a definition, etc. It’s flexible!
Happy Tower Building.
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Congrats on the great blog Jenna! Lovin it and will link as much as possible!
I just started my first year of grad school and love reading your blog! You have great ideas and I used your sounds towers activity the other day – it was a big hit 🙂
This is adorable…I knew those chip cans would come in handy!
Chelsi Leigh says
I’m an SLP who has taken about a 1 1/2 off. Your ideas are really helping me get back into the swing of things. I’m especially loving all the low tech ideas. Thanks for sharing!
Shara Kuehl says
Is that a Pringles Can? Do you store your Dixie cups in that?
Yes it is! And yes I do!