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Spot It! Say It! Pages For L Clusters

Spot It! Say It! Pages for L Clusters

  • August 28, 2021

These quick, no-prep pages are easy for you and fun and productive for your students! After students find a picture and say it, they get to cover or mark it and check the box next to the word. The black…

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Roll And Say For L Sound

Roll and Say for L Sound

  • June 26, 2021

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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Star Collecting For L Clusters

Star Collecting for L Clusters

  • April 13, 2021

Your students will have fun practicing their L Clusters as they reveal and collect the hidden stars with this new interactive game. Each game board has 20 picture cards that are uncovered as they are clicked on. When a card…

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Rebus Sentences For L Sound

Rebus Sentences for L Sound

  • January 31, 2021

Moving from word to phrase/sentence levels can be tricky, especially with non-readers. With these predictable rebus sentences, even young students are able to produce basic sentences without a model. Included are 10 rebus sentences for each sound position (initial, medial,…

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Connect Games For L Sound

Connect Games for L Sound

  • January 1, 2021

Older students enjoy playing connect games because they can use more strategy than when playing regular board games. There are two game boards included for each position (initial, medial, and final) in the print and interactive versions. Interactive Material: This…

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Thanksgiving Articulation Reinforcement Pages

Thanksgiving Articulation Reinforcement Pages

  • October 20, 2020

These are just what you were looking for... no prep, print-and-go pages for your students who are working on /l/, /r/, "er," /s/, and /k/ at the word level! Use them with a group by letting students color a picture…

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