Practice grids just might be your new favorite articulation therapy resource, especially when your students are working at the word level. They are great as a motivation tool (add stickers to the boxes) as well as a data collection resource. You can use them in your sessions or send them home for practice. I love to keep them hole-punched and in my binder so they are always handy.
The interactive file has the same pictures but has a landscape format to better fit on a computer screen. It also includes picture “stickers” that can be dragged to a box after saying the target word. You can allow the student to do the stickers as a reinforcement activity or you can place them as a way to keep data.
Included are 2 practice grid pages for each sound position: initial /g/, medial /g/, and final /g/.
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 and then shared with the student. In order for the drag-and-drop pieces to work, make sure you are not in presentation mode. If you are using PowerPoint, you’ll need to enable editing.