If you’ve got students working on “r sounds” who can read, these sound specific word cards are a therapy must. You can have students pick a card and make a sentence with the word, use a stack of them for drill, or use them as stimulus cards for general games. You can also make two sets of them to use for memory matching games. The interactive cards are an additional way to make practicing speech sounds fun.
The cards have the sound and position on them to help with sorting. You can also print the cards on different colored card stock to make sorting even easier.
Interactive Material: This material includes an interactive version that can be used in teletherapy. The file can be uploaded to Google Slides or opened in PowerPoint. Make sure to use this file in slide show/presentation mode. When used in PowerPoint, the cards will flip over as each one is clicked. When used in Google Slides, the cards will flip over in order from left to right when you click anywhere on the screen.