Articulation Activities for Speech Therapy

Are you tired of the same old articulation cards?  I don’t know about you, but sometimes I can’t face another game of “Memory” or “Go Fish”.  That is when I reach for our Articulation Squares – they are just the thing to make Articulation Therapy fun again! 

Articulation games in speech therapy

Articulation Squares are a versatile alternative to articulation sheets or cards. 

They are perfectly sized to fit in a task box and now include our beautifully illustrated mouth shapes and 12 target words for initial, medial, final, and mixed positions. 

We love our articulation squares because they can be used in many different and engaging ways to get high-practices in your articulation therapy sessions.


I love using them with anything “mini” in my therapy roomThe activities we use the Articulation Squares with are often hands-on, keeping children engaged and motivated to complete their practice trials

Articulation activities

We play “putting” on games as we say our words – mini pegs, LEGO, pom poms, magnetic chips to use with a wand, mini erasers, or objects hidden in a bag we pull out and place on the picturesUsing tweezers to put the mini items on is something many children on my caseload love!


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