August 29, 2012

Articulation: Silly Sentences with Vocalic R, K, and Th

These worksheets can be used when working with children with articulation or phonological process disorders.  I wouldn't recommend giving these as homework until the child is fairly consistently producing the phoneme during therapy sessions.

The child rolls two dice 3 times and creates a sentence that corresponds with the numbers rolled.

For example, Superman (first roll) / saw a mermaid (second roll) / on Jupiter (third roll).

As a reward, have the child make up his own silly sentence using new words!  The sillier, the better! 







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