Friday, June 6, 2014

Back to the Drawing Board: Articulation {giveaway}

About a month ago, I posted a new product called Back to the Drawing Board: Articulation.  I am finally getting time to post this! Check out the details below. 




Do your students love Pictionary? Mine do! They were asking for a way to play Pictionary AND use their sounds during speech therapy sessions, so I created this game. 

Play this exactly like that game. One student draws a card and draws a picture of that word on the board. The other students try and guess what is being drawn. If a student guesses correctly, he or she receives a point. Mostly includes cards for /s/ and /r/, including /s/ and /r/ blends and vocalic /r/. Each card includes the target word, a picture of the target word, and suggestions of what to draw. 



 


Bonus of 4 pages dedicated to SH and TH (voiced and voiceless)



Also included are score cards to help the students keep track of their points. 




I hope you love it!  If you would like to purchase this, you can find it in my Teachers Pay Teachers store.   Enter the giveaway below for your chance to win a copy. Good luck! 



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12 comments :

  1. Headbanz is a favorite with my students!

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  2. This would be great for my kids!

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  3. Ned's Head, Go Fish and Bingo

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  4. My kids love the fishing game and uno.

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  5. Caribou and Mystery Garden

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  6. They love lots of different board games

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  7. My kids love mainstream games with a therapy twist. They love head bandz, jenga, candy land, pretty much everything that isn't a repetitive drill is a hit.

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  8. My students love earning bugs in order to play Mr. Mouth.

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  9. My kids love anything on the Ipad! Especially Balloonimals and Build a Ship!

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  10. Interestingly, my big guys like the fun little kids' games; hoppin poppies, acrobats, etc. The little ones like EVERYTHING!

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  11. My kids love the usual games: CandyLand, Chutes and Ladders, and Jenga. The absolute favorite is Pirate Island, a game I for from Lakeshore years ago!

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