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Easy, Low Prep Idea for Mixed Articulation Groups

[Source:  Natalie Snyders, Speech-Language Pathologist]

Do you ever get bored with the same old flashcard (and maybe a game) drill with your mixed articulation groups, especially for your older elementary students?  It’s so hard to plan for students working on different sounds or levels, so you have given up being creative?

I’ve got a new therapy idea for you!  And BONUS – it’s about as low prep as you can get.

First, you’ll want to grab a piece of paper.  Divide the paper into the same number of sections as you have students in your group.  Then, write at least 10 words in each section that have each student’s targets in them.  When your students come in, you can quickly have them take turns to practice all of their words – so if you have them say each word quickly 5 times, you easily have 50 productions each right there!

Read the Rest of this Article on Natalie Snyders’ Blog


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