Articulation Activities Speech Therapy Ideas
This DIY ZAP IT game is perfect for getting high repetitions. My students stayed motivated the entire session. Write different numbers on popsicle sticks (make sure you put some high numbers like 10 and 15). Then, write zap a friend, zap 1, zap 2, etc. Stick the popsicle sticks in a bucket and have students pick a stick. If they pick a 15, they get 15 points and must say their speech sound 15 times. The person with the most points wins the game! Print the rule guide and reference during therapy.
Keep Hands Busy During Speech Sound Production Practice
Adapting Games for Articulation Practice
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You can use a Toss Across Game (amazon affiliate link included) to get high articulation repetitions. Use post-it notes to write numbers on the Xs and Os. When the student throws the bean bag and hits an X or O, they have to say their articulation sound that many times.
Articulation Therapy Crafts for High Trials
Articulation Foldable Wallet Books craftivity are a fun way to keep hands busy during the session. Students can practice each word 5x, which makes 105 productions with this craftivity. I love this activity because it can also be sent home for additional practice! Try my final s-blends & l-blends wallet books for FREE. If you are looking for more high-trial articulation therapy crafts, check out this gumball craft and this paper plate paddle craft.