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Articulation: Initial F Story Activity

This cut and paste story addresses the initial /f/ phoneme.

11 comments:

  1. I DO LOVE these stories and I LOVE your directions tasks! I share them on my FB page for other SLPs and they always say how much they love them. Thought I'd share that feedback so you know your hard work is much appreciated :)

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    1. Thank you so much! Making new materials is my favorite part of my job and I love hearing that others can use my stuff as well!!!

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  2. God bless you for the wonderful work that you do and the countless families you help. It means so much to each one of us and I hope you know how much you are appreciated. I came across your website trying to find ways I could help my child and this is absolutely great. Thank you very much.

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    1. Thank you so much for your sweet note. You are very welcome!

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  3. I have spent a good portion of an hour downloading your wonderful materials. With school budgets dwindling, it is so nice to see someone offering free therapy materials. From a very appreciative school slp.

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    1. So glad you found some materials you can use with your students! There are so many free materials out there that I've been able to take advantage of in the past, so my hope is always that someone out there can use the stuff that I make too!

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  4. You make great materials. Where do you find your clip art?

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    1. I started off using free clipart from sweetclipart.com but recently I have just been using the free Microsoft Office clipart: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/

      There's pretty much an image for EVERYTHING there!

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  5. These are all great!! Other sounds I work on quite a bit would be /s/, /z/, and /s/ clusters. I love that the stories include pictures, so even my emerging readers can do these. THANKS so much for creating these!

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    1. I will get to work on s, z, and s clusters! Thanks for the suggestions! I have kids working on those sounds as well, as I'm sure we all do!!!

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  6. Thanks for doing all of these - they are all wonderful! :)

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