Learning speech sounds can be especially tough for young learners! These colorful and engaging Animal Speech Sound Prompts are the perfect addition to your therapy resources as a fun way to encourage your little articulation kids to say and remember their sounds.
There are two sides to the animal – one side gives a prompt about what the child has to do with their articulators (e.g. ‘stick your tongue between your teeth and blow ‘th’) while the other side gives a concise verbal prompt that you can use throughout therapy (e.g. ‘cooling polar bear sound ‘th’). Together, they provide a simple and easy understand way for children to develop their speech sounds.
⭐The best way to use these is to laminate them and stick them on craft sticks so that you have front-to-back animal speech prompts.⭐
Flashcards are also included for the purposes of stimulability testing and even auditory discrimination – or you may use these as special sound reminders for your students.
✅ — 22 different animal mouths (doubled – so really 44 in total as one mouth has a short prompt, one mouth has a long prompt)
✅ — All main sounds are included: p, b, t, d, m, n, ng, w, y, r, l, h, f, s, sh, z, th, v, ch and j
✅ — Color and black and white copies provided so that students can take home, color & use
✅ — 22 animal mouth flashcards that can be used for stimulability testing
What SLP’s like you are saying:
❝ I love this resource ! Great for the little ones to visualize the sounds!!❞
❝ Fantastic resource. Incredibly engaging and effective❞
❝ One of my favorite products to use in therapy. A great visual for my students❞
❝ My students loved these. The parents enjoyed them getting sent home for practice too❞
❝ The instructions for creating sounds have been successful for us❞
⭐If you are looking for more engaging speech resources, particularly for the younger population, then check out my:⭐
➊ — Phonological Processes Handouts for Parents & Teachers
➋ — Oral Motor Assessment Cards
❤️ Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.
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