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Safari Game Board For “ar” Sound

Safari Game Board for “ar” Sound

  • August 6, 2019

This safari themed game board is great for practicing words with the "ar" sound in them. The students help the explorer follow the path back to this truck while practicing their sound. This is great for using in your sessions…

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Rebus Sentences For R Sounds

Rebus Sentences for R Sounds

  • February 20, 2019

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 R Sounds

Practice Grids for R Sounds

  • February 4, 2019

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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Picture Cards For R Clusters

Picture Cards for R Clusters

  • August 28, 2018

These /r/ cluster cards are just what you need for working on /br/, /dr/, /fr/, /gr/, /kr/, /pr/, and /tr/. The printed picture cards are great for drill activities, game boards, matching games, and even for home practice. The interactive…

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Picture Cards For R Sounds

Picture Cards for R Sounds

  • August 20, 2018

It's hard to imagine anything used for articulation therapy more than picture cards. They can be used in so many ways and help focus on exactly the sound and word position that the student needs to practice. With these picture…

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Cluster Reduction Auditory Discrimination Picture Pairs

Cluster Reduction Auditory Discrimination Picture Pairs

  • April 22, 2018

It's important when working on phonological processes that you make sure that the student can tell the difference between correct and incorrect productions. This hands-on activity is a great way to focus on auditory discrimination with minimal contrast pair choice…

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