Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Initial T Homework Sheet: Free Speech Therapy Articulation Worksheet

I was playing around with a possible homework sheet format and I came up with this. It has a section for the parents to give their child visual cues, a section for the parent to do auditory bombardment (with the target consonant paired with every vowel), and then a section with picture cues for the child to practice saying target words. Useful?


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  1. You have been busy! I have enjoyed catching up on your posts, especially how Ava is doing. The homework looks easy to follow for parents.

  2. You are awesome! This mom with a CAS child thanks you for some great home therapy! Can I request the /s/ practice and how to teach it?

  3. This homework sheet is awesome!! I am a speech path who supervises SLP students and we work with several kids with severe apraxia. I have followed your blog for a while and am amazed at the activities you come up with! I especially love how all your stimuli has simple syllable shapes. This homework sheet has it all...the accountability that the parents need (with the boxes), the auditory bombardment and the picture stimuli!!! I will definitely direct my students to your site!!

  4. Thank you for sharing your wonderful materials. As a graduate clinician, they have helped me with lesson planning and homework options. Thanks again!


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