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Therapy Idea of the Week: French Fry Articulation! (yes, its from Pinterest again!)

12th October, 2011

Image Credit: Speech Room News
This one is taking off around Pinterest as fast as kids like their fries!   It was created by Jenna over at Speech Room News as a variation on other “french fry sight word” and “french fry math” games she saw popping up.   I saw it first from our friend Rachel See Smith.
From the Speech Room News Blog:  “The golden arches gladly gave me a few french fry boxes when I asked. I made Boardmaker symbols of beginning, middle and end. Popsicle sticks became french fries with target words written on them. Students say their sounds and then identify where the target sound is in the words. Easy to make and something new for the littles.”
Outstanding.  Way to go, Jenna for working an idea into something great for SLPs!!
I am noticing too that OTs are pinning this idea to their boards.   Would someone like to share (via blog comment would be great) how OTs might use this idea?   Thanks!
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