Friday, July 26, 2013

GIVEAWAY of Games, Games, Games!!! Speech Therapy is Fun, Fun, Fun!!





We've created game boards using the fun Slides & Ladders Themed game in order for you to work on five of the most commonly worked on sounds in speech therapy!

Enjoy this fun and useful document called, "Speech Sounds Slides & Ladders S, R,,TH, SH, & L Sound Game Boards & Articulation Homework Sheets in the initial, medial & final position of words!"

Your students will have a lot of fun trying to be the first ones to get up the ladders while avoiding the slides in order to end the game a winner on square #50! And when the therapy session is over, you can hand the student a pre-made homework sheet targeting their sound in either the initial, medial or final position of words! How awesome is that?!

A purchase of this document will make any speech language pathologist well prepared for a large variety of their students working on the commonly misarticulated sounds of S, R, TH, SH, & L.

Please see the preview at our TpT and TN stores for the contents and game page and worksheet examples.



We are giving away TWO of these documents folks.  Please don't forget to enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post when you are done reading it! 


And that's not all that we have to talk about today game players!! Keep reading to see the specifics of our other new document! 


It's Our NEW HUGE
GAME BOARDS, GAME BOARDS,
GAME BOARDS PACKET!! 

 We have provided over 100 pages of game boards in the packet! You won't be short for a game board at anytime during the year if you own it!

Also, you will be happy to see that the packet not only includes game boards, but BINGO games, mazes and puzzles. Awesome, huh?!

We are proud to say that it is possible that you may not find a more comprehensive game board packet anywhere on-line! 

Enjoy the fun and benefit of completing games with your students all year long!!

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30 comments:

Heather said...

Keep the snake in its cage for /s/!

Tatyana Elleseff said...

I use approaches from pam marshalla's book

Jen K said...

I use the "cage" trick for /s/ as well. For the /r/ sound, I've been using the book from Linguisystems (Step up to R).

wagnerslp said...

We smile for /r/.

Jordan Bubis said...

I too use snake sound for /s/ and placement games for /r/.

Anne said...

I use smile reminders for /r/ and the snake sound for /s/.

Ruth Byron said...

These games look great!

Ljust said...

Looks like fun!

Jennifer Bell said...

I also utilize the cage trick and occasionally a straw to focus students on forward airflow

bobandchocolate said...

Those games look awesome! I love having a wide variety of reinforcement games so clients can pick whatever they want

Speechercize and Gluten Free said...

i use the peanut butter sound for /r/

cynthia arthur said...

I also use the cage method for /s/.

Sharon said...

I was excited to receive a set of "Speech Buddies" last year that I used for /s/ and /r/!

Jamie Portra said...

I love the Long T method for S.

Anonymous said...

I use the speech sound app and super duper artic cards- Nicole

Danielle S. said...

I work with pre-k population so I tell them their teeth are the fence that will keep their tongue monster in their mouth to make the snake sound /s/ :)

blair764 said...

I use the Straight Speech program for the S sound, working on final ts before other positions. The program progresses slowly, but systematically and it has a good success rate.

Maryann said...

I use the snake sound as well

Jayne Watkin said...

I use the Entire World of /r/ for /r/ sounds and the Straight Speech book for /s/.

Maryann said...

I use the snake sound as well

clnslp said...

I use the snake sound for /s/ and also the "cage".
These games look fantastic! Thanks.

Andi said...

I use snake sound for /s/

Lisa Baez said...

The games look great! I always need fun ways to drill!

Anonymous said...

These look great! I get bored of the same old games so I guess I win for my sake/entertainment :-)))

pruitt2it said...

For /r/ - I use the tongue is the train, teeth are the tracks....snake behind the gate is a shoe-in for /s/! =)

Shannon Cole said...

For /s/ I use "lock the tiger in the cage"

Carol said...

For some kiddos using "take a bite out of an apple" for /s/ placement works better than the 'cage' and 'snake' prompts.

Carol said...

I also use the repetitive /t/ trick for eliciting /s/ with some (it often works well for the lateralized sounds).

Tracee Rainey said...

I use the snake trick for s

Twin Sisters Speech and Language Therapy said...

And the winners are...
Lisa & Jen. Yay!!
Shanda and I would like to thank you all for entering this giveaway. Don't worry, a new one will be coming one day soon. Please try again! Also, I will compile all of the /r/ and /s/ production tips left on the comment lines and will share it with you all soon in a post!
Sincerely,
Manda

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