Saturday, July 6, 2013

GIVEAWAY of our Interactive Articulation Screener!




We've made something that we needed SO BAD! We worked hard on it to make it as thorough as possible and we hope you love it as a result! It's an interactive articulation screener for assessing all of the sounds (52) at the word and sentence levels!!! This makes articulation screening for younger and older kids fun because we have provided two options. One option is the fun "feed" the animals the food with the word and picture on it (targeting word or sentence levels), and the other is to repeat or read the word or sentences method. 

We also provide two ways to document the results by providing short and long result summary page options.  Summary of the articulation results for each individual sound can be written on the comments section for you and the child's parents, or next to each sound on the results summary pages. 

In addition, we have included a one page "quick screener", a sheet about sounds and when they should be mastered, and a handout for parents and caregivers on what they can do to help their child progress in articulation therapy at home!! The handouts would be  awesome sheets to give after the screening to the child's caregivers and teachers! 

There's a lot of fun stuff in this download speech therapy friends. Please check out the preview provided at our TpT and/or TN stores for the contents and sample pages. Also, if you could please leave feedback at our stores if  you purchase the articulation screener we would really appreciate it! Your comments help us to make the best products that we can.



We are giving away two of these!  Please enter the Rafflecopter contest below by leaving a comment about what sounds that you seemed to work on the most this past year in therapy, or enter the giveaway by simply becoming a Twin Sisters Speech & Language Therapy follower on Facebook or by following this blog.

Thanks a bunch!
 Sincerely,
Manda & Shanda, SLP's


 
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50 comments:

Jayne Watkin said...

I have been in early intervention the past year so I have been working on /p,b,m,t,d,n,k,g/ sounds the most.

Lisa Varo said...

Most commonly worked on sounds last year were k g and l.

Julie Graham said...

Toss up between r & l.

Anonymous said...

Didn't work on any sounds last year. I've been a stay at home mom for the past 9 yrs. Will be going back to work this Fall with preschoolers, so plan on working on early developing sounds. Renee

Angela Beard said...

This past the sounds that I worked on the most were r/l/s.

Speechercize and Gluten Free said...

i worked on most of the sounds but many of the earlier developing sounds were most common

Carol said...

Spent lots of time working on l this year and also early developing sounds with multiple students with significant apraxia.

Amanda Dollarhite said...

I spent a lot of time this past year on /k, g/. Plus, /th, r/ with my older kiddos. I just finished my CF Year and learned so much! I can't wait to learn more tricks of the trade!

Neita said...

I had several students that worked on /s,k,g,r,ch/ this past year. I had a young lady who would make a /k/ sound for /s/.

Sue Ford said...

The majority of my articulation students have been working on k, sh, ch, and s.

Tatyana Elleseff said...

I worked on glides, fricatives and velars

Tracy Morlan said...

Most commonly worked on sounds include the usual "suspects," R, S, & L.
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slongslp said...

R, S, L, TH for my older students and a lot of k and g with my younger students.

Anonymous said...

Most common sounds are /r, k, g/

Joy said...

I work mostly with /r, s, l/.

Shari W. said...

Velars, liquids, and affricates

susans13 said...

"R" and "S"

wagnerslp said...

Most common sounds worked on were k,g, r,s,l p,b nd blends!

Julie Marie said...

This screener looks fantastic! Over the past year, I have worked primarily on /p, b, m, k, g, t, d, f, l, s/.

Heather said...

Most common are /r/ and /s/.

Unknown said...

Seemed like a sibilant year!! Fricatives too!!

Unknown said...

Previous comment from Lisa Takefman

ShannanW said...

/L, S, R/ including their blends:)

Trish Martin Mayro said...

I have had some pretty severe cases in my preschool population this year, including suspected Childhood Apraxia of Speech! I have worked at lot on p, b, ,m, w, h believe it or not!

Jordan Bubis said...

I had a ton of articulation kids this past year... mostly /s/, /z/, and /r/ but also /d/, /g/, /s blends/, etc. This looks wonderful! Appreciate the giveaway! :)

Maryann said...

Work on multitude of sounds and with kiddos with suspected CAS

Melissa A said...

I worked on /s-/ blends, /r/ and /s/ A LOT this past year!

Anne said...

Lots of /s/, /r/, and blends!

meagan said...

I use the complexity theory so I target complex clusters, mostly three element clusters and some two element clusters. Also had some students with /r/.

TeachSpeech365 said...

Early developing sounds with the really little ones, and /s, r/ with older ones!

Danielle F said...

R and l

lin said...

The usual...most common- r,s,k,g

Lore said...

I mainly work with pre-k and /k,g/ were the top sounds!!

Jennifer Bell said...

/k/ and /g/ for sure!

amidel said...

k and g! :)

bigreader333 said...

S, r

cynthia arthur said...

I worked on k, g, r & s the most.

Lisa said...

/r/ and /s/ for sure!

mirmoni said...

The sounds I have worked on the most this past year are /ch/ and /l/!!

Chris Gerber said...

Most common: r, plus l, s, blends, and th

Tracy said...

Over the last year, I mainly worked with the f,k/g, r,s sounds. Love the screener - it looks awesome!

Jacqueline Bryla said...

vocalic /r/, /k/, "sh" and "ch"

Cindy L Meester said...

I worked a lot on earlier sounds like- k, g with some l thrown in too.

vicki b said...

Worked on /r/, /s/, /sh/, /ch/ and /t/

Comptonhouse said...

We worked most on the "th", y,l,k,g

Anonymous said...

probably r th and s are my most common targets with preschool and elementary

Anonymous said...

I worked on /s/, /th/, and /r/ the most.

blair764 said...

S, r and many blends including l blends as well. Also always need early sounds with early developing vocab.

Sarah Erhart said...

I worked on /k, g, t,d, n, f, v, s z, y, h/. I worked with early childhood age group.

Unknown said...

There is always job security with /r/! I did a lot of /r/ therapy last year as well as /s/-clusters.

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