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Rebus Sentences For TH Sound

Rebus Sentences for TH Sound

Rebus sentences are a great way to begin getting sound productions at the sentence level, even with non-readers. Their predictability allows even young children to produce basic sentences without a model. Included are 10 rebus sentences for each sound position…

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Roll And Say For F Sound

Roll and Say for F Sound

Here are quick and easy NO-PREP pages to use in your speech therapy sessions. Simply have your students roll a die, say a target word under that number, and then cover or mark the picture until they've said all of…

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I Smell… Picture Cards

I Smell… Picture Cards

This activity is a funny way for students to practice initial /sm/ at the sentence level. To play, place the cards upside-down in a stack on the table.  For each turn, a student picks a card and says the sentence,…

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Sound Sentences For R Sounds

Sound Sentences for R Sounds

Want to save yourself some stress and make sure your students get more sentence-level practice with each turn? Print out these sound loaded sentences and you're ready to go! Each of the 40 cards has a sentence that contains 3…

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Spot It! Say It! Pages For R Sounds

Spot It! Say It! Pages for R Sounds

Pull these pages out for an engaging activity that will get your students wanting to find and say words with their targeted sound. You can use them in groups, with individuals, or as a send-home activity. After the students find…

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Tic-Tac-Toe Games For R Sounds

Tic-Tac-Toe Games for R Sounds

Using tic-tac-toe boards can be a fun way for students to practice saying their targeted words either in your therapy sessions or at home with a caregiver. This set of games includes: 8 boards for initial /r/ 4 boards for…

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