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Halloween Articulation Game

[Source: Various/Unknown – We found several variations of this game on the web without any author attribution]

Fold an orange piece of paper into nine squares. Choose words from the speech sounds the child is working on. (See the list below for ideas.) Print one word in each square. Then number the corner of each square 1-2-3-4. Place a small piece of Halloween candy (M&M, Skittles, candy corn, etc.) on each square.

Say a word from the list (or a sentence with one of the words for older kids). Have your child repeat the word (sentence). Then mark one number off the square. When all the numbers for that square have been marked, your child has earned the treat.

Another way to play is by using the printable board below.

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