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Word Lists for Initial, Medial, and Final /s/

Word Lists for Initial, Medial, and Final /s/

These word lists can be used for focused auditory input (auditory bombardment) or as stimulus words for working on initial, medial, and final /s/.   There are 50 words included for each of the following:  initial /s/ one syllable, initial /s/ multiple syllables, medial /s/, final /s/ one syllable, final /s/ multiple syllables.  These lists can […]

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Tic-Tac-Toe Game for Multiple Syllable Medial /s/ Words

medial /s/ tic tac toe

This game gives students a chance to practice multiple syllable medial /s/ words while having fun with you or another student. It can be used as a home program activity as well. This game can also be found as part of the /s/ Sound Basic Set.

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Tic-Tac-Toe Game for Two Syllable Initial /s/ Words

initial /s/ tic tac toe 2syllables

This game gives students a chance to practice two syllable initial /s/ words while having fun with you or another student.  It can be used as a home program activity as well.  This game can also be found as part of the /s/ Sound Basic Set.

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Tic-Tac-Toe Game for One Syllable Initial /s/ Words

initial /s/ tic tac toe 1 syllable

This game gives students a chance to practice one syllable initial /s/ words while having fun with you or another student.  It can be used as a home program activity as well.  This game can also be found as part of the /s/ Sound Basic Set.

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Tic-Tac-Toe Game for Multiple Syllable Final /s/ Words

final /s/ tic tac toe multisyllable

This game gives students a chance to practice multiple syllable final /s/ words while having fun with you or another student.  It can be used as a home program activity as well.  This game can also be found as part of the /s/ Sound Basic Set.

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Tic-Tac-Toe Game for One Syllable Final /s/ Words

final /s/ tic tac toe 1 syllable

This game gives students a chance to practice one syllable final /s/ words while having fun with you or another student.  It can be used as a home program activity as well.  This game can also be found as part of the /s/ Sound Basic Set.

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