It’s about time to pull out the manual paper shredder again. Noah had such a blast with it last week and was so motivated to practice his words when he knew he’d get to shred them when he was finished. Ah, nothing like a little bit of destruction every now and then.
He’s already shredded his way through the four articulation practice worksheets his speech therapist gave him, so I’m on the prowl for some new sources. Here’s what I’ve found so far:
Both sites have very similar worksheets, individual worksheets indexed by sound and then further indexed by whether the sound comes at the beginning, middle or end of the word. Both sites’ worksheets are Boardmaker PECs in PDF files. Nice.
Here’s a link to more articulation worksheets on a very useful website Noah’s speech therapist recommended to me:
This one is a bit more technical, but it is still a great resource for practice words:
I’m starting to think that between the net, Pinterest and Noah’s friendly neighborhood speech therapist, I may never have to buy another workbook again.
On second thought, that would be a bummer. I love to shop, especially if it has anything to do with homeschooling.
Anyways, enjoy the links, and if you have some to add to the list, please share in a comment!