Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Thanksgiving No Prep Articulation is Here!!

I absolutely LOVE no prep articulation practice. I've been slowly making No Prep Articulation Packets to go along with various seasons and holidays. I'm hoping that I'll have one for each theme by next school year. So far, I've made St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Spring, Summer, Back to School, Fall, Halloween, and THANKSGIVING! You can check out all these different packets here or you can check out the steeply discounted bundle pack here!

This Thanksgiving No Prep Packet is over 185 pages of activities for /s/, /z/, /s/ blends, prevocalic /r/, vocalic /r/, /r/ blends, /l/, /l/ blends, "sh," "ch," "j," "th," /f/, /v/, /k/, /g/, /t/, /d/, /p/, and /b/. The following activities are included for each sound.
Roll & Say Articulation: You will need a dice to play this game. Have students roll a dice and then choose a word on one of the hats from the corresponding row. Have them say the word as many times as you’d like and let them color it in when they are done. Try to get all of them colored!

Let's Make Thanksgiving Dinner - a Roll, Match, and Say Game (2): Roll the dice and see what you get. Color the corresponding food item. Whoever gets all their food items colored in first wins the game!

Say & Dot Articulation: Have the students say the words as many times as you’d like. Then they can either color the turkey in or dot it with a bingo marker!

Help the Pilgrims Get to America - a Thanksgiving Board Game: Students can either roll a dice or flip a coin to determine how many spaces they will get to move. Have them say the words on each arrow as many times as you’d like. The first one to get the pilgrims to America wins the game.

Say & Color Articulation (2): Each section of these coloring pages has 8 words for the students to say. Have them say the words as many times as you’d like and then let them color in the corresponding part of the picture.

Roll & Say Silly Sentences: Have the students roll the dice 3 times and record the corresponding answer in each column on the record sheet. Then have the students read the sentences they created. They can use the bottom half of the record sheet to draw a picture of their silliest sentence!

You can check out the purchase the packet here!

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