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the peachie speechie: Eliciting /k/ and /g/

When it comes to eliciting sounds that a child is not stimulable for, & and & can be tricky because they are hard to see.

Sound towers... write on the bottom of each cup a word that contains a target sound and build as you practice!  Towers can be stored in empty Pringles can covered with pretty paper. 30-40 words can fit in a can.

Another sight word game turned articulation game! To make these Sound Towers just take an empty pringles can and cover it. Take about 40 Dixie cups. Write your articulation words onto the bottom o.

How to Teach the “R” Sound - Speech Buddies Blog

I have used the R speech buddy and have had some success with it! One of my professors at WVU helped develop the Speech Buddies!

This round-up includes: 16 same and different pairs, 12 describing with attribute cards, and 18 multiple meaning cards.  The same and different pairs and attribute pairs all have a winter theme!Please consider following my facebook page if you download this item to stay up-to-date with all of my freebies and materials!  (www.facebook.com/Wordnerdspeechteach)For more speech tips and tricks, visit www.wordnerdspeecteach.blogspot.com

Snowman Language Round-up

How To Elicit {Teach} Speech Sounds Series - Playing With Words 365

How To Elicit {Teach} Speech Sounds Series

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