I came across a great idea for a flashcard game at Come Together Kids. As a classroom teacher, Laura played the game Bang! with her students when wanting to drill facts. Because I'm always looking for new games to play with articulation cards, modifying the game for articulation drill was the first thing that came to mind.
Find an old container to toss some cards into. Decorating it is purely optional. Toss in the articulation card deck of your choice and a few Bang! cards (found below).
Set a timer for a reasonable amount of time (3-7 minutes ish).
Taking turns, each player pulls out one card at a time without looking. If they say the speech card correctly (in isolation, times three, in a phrase, in a sentence, whatever way you like) they get to keep it in their pile. If not, the card goes back in the container.
If the player pulls out a Bang! card everyone yells Bang! and the player has to put their entire pile back into the can.
When the timer goes off the player with the most cards wins.
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