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Practice Grids For R Sounds

Practice Grids for R Sounds

These 10 pages need to find their way into your SLP toolkit! With almost every caseload including a student working on /r/ sounds, you'll be sure to get a lot of use out of them. Included are pages for initial…

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Mitten Antonyms

Mitten Antonyms

Go beyond "good/bad" and "happy/sad" antonyms!  Help your students build their vocabularies with these antonym cards!  They are great for the older students on your caseload. You can use them for receptive tasks, such as matching games, or for expressive…

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120 Word Cards For SH Sound

120 Word Cards for SH Sound

Sometimes you just need some words...words with just the right sound in just the right place. These word cards are just that. For your articulation students who are able to read, these cards are just what the speech-language pathologist ordered.…

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Rebus Sentences For SH Sound

Rebus Sentences for SH Sound

With simple, predictable sentences that include pictures, young students and non-readers are able to start practicing targeted sounds at the sentence level. These pages come with 5 sentences each and can be used as a whole page or cut apart into…

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Practice Grids For SH Sound

Practice Grids for SH Sound

Once you start using practice grids, you'll never want to be without them! They are fantastic for practicing the same words over multiple sessions or for sending home with the student to practice between sessions. You can put stickers or tally…

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Gingerbread Feelings

Gingerbread Feelings

Use these cute gingerbread men to help your students answer cookie themed "How would you feel if..." questions.  Students can identify the gingerbread man that corresponds to an appropriate emotion and then, if able, explain why they would feel that…

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