In our /S/ blend packet, you will be provided with pictures of a slide and monkey bars. The child will be asked to trace their fingers down the slide and across the monkey bars while producing the “S” and than they will be encouraged to produce the P, K, L, W, or N consonants.
Comprehensive "S" Blends Articulation PacketS blends packet at Teachers Pay Teachers
S blends packet at Teachers Notebook
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A "S" Blends Screener. This will help you decide if your child or student needs to work on his or hers "S" blend productions or not. Click Here
Page 5: “S” Blend Screener. Have the student repeat or read the words aloud. Misarticulated words could be the ones worked on.
Page 6: Follow pointer finger along the monkey bars to elicit a nice “S” before saying “ST”.
Page 7: “S” slide visual cuing page for “ST” words. Have the child follow their pointer finger down the slide to elicit a prolonged “S” sound before attempting to say the “ST”.
Page 8-9: Two pages of “ST” words for playing memory match or the Go Fish card game.
Page 10: “ST” word roll. Roll a die and write down the word that is under that number. Say the word the number of times showed on the die too.
Page 11: “ST” tic-tac-toe. Say the word when you write down your “X” or “O”.
Page 12: Find the “ST” words in the Seek-n-Find picture. Repeat, “I circled the___”.
Page 13: Repeat or read the “ST” blend words in sentences.
Page 14: Repeat or read the “ST” blend words in paragraphs.
Page 15: The start of the “SP” blend articulation unit.
Page 24: The start of the “SK” blend articulation unit.
Page 33: The start of the “SL” blend articulation unit.
Page 42: The start of the “SW” blend articulation unit.
Page 52: The start of the “SN” blend articulation unit.
Page 62: Connect the /S/ blend sentence with the matching picture.
Page 63: Fill in the /S/ blend word that completes a sentence.
Pages 64 to 74: The “SL” and “SW” folder activity. This includes 4 pages of full colored picture word cards and 4 pages of sentence level photo cards. Put the “SL” words in the slot on the “Slippery Slide” folder side and the “SW” words in the slot on the “Swinging Swing” side of the folder.
Another idea: Tape different “SL” or “SW” pictures around the room and play, “I Spy”. Say, “I spy with my little eye, a picture of a slide”. Wait for the student to find the picture. When they find it they can point to it and say back, “I spy the slide”.
Sincerely, Manda & Shanda