Have you been searching for high-quality speech sound cue cards and anatomically correct mouth shapes to use with your speech students? Would you like to refer to the oral movements required for speech sounds easily and quickly when you are providing information to parents or teachers?
This exclusive bundle of Speech Sound Mouth Cue Cards and our Speech Sound Mouth Shapes Poster contain mouth shapes representative of your client’s actual mouths and productions! You won’t find detailed images like this anywhere.
You’ll love the special features such as airstream illustrations, different mouth and teeth shapes, and different lip colors that represent the children you work with.
DOWNLOAD THIS RESOURCE IF YOU WANT TO:
➊ — Access high-quality, detailed mouth shape cues exclusive to AISP to use in your speech sessions that show what our mouths actually look like.
➋ — Decorate your speech therapy room with high-quality mouth shapes
➌ — Use cue cards representing the diversity of children on your caseload with four lip shades color options available.
❹ — Refer to speech sound articulation movements in your session
✅ — Speech sound cues cards for all English consonant sounds /p/, /b/, /m/, /d/, /n/, /h/, /t/, /k/, /g/, /w/, /ŋ/, /f/, /j/, /l/, /dʒ/, /tʃ/, /s/, /v/, /ʃ/, /z/, /ɹ/, /ʒ/, /θ/, /ð/.
✅ — 4 different lip shades of all sounds available
✅ — Single-paged Speech Sound Mouth Shapes poster (two designs included)
✅ — Additional retroflex AND bunched /ɹ/ cues included in the cue cards
✅ — Stimulability probe
✅ — Also comes in black & white for quick printing
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: 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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