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Haines
Elementary School
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Mrs. Gheorghiu
Speech Language Pathologist - Haines
cgheorghiu@nlsd122.org

Please see below for ways to make targeted sounds.  

Articulation Practice & Exercises

ARTICULATION

Below are worksheets to show how to make sounds, exercises for the mouth, and various phonemes/sounds in syllables, words and sentences.   Click on the link below to open the page:

How_to_make_sounds.pdf

HOME_ORAL_MOTOR_EXERCISES.pdf

ARTICULATION_PRACTICE_IDEAS.pdf

CH.pdf

SH.pdf

L.pdf

TH.pdf

S.pdf

Z.pdf

Sblends.pdf

Easy_r_exercises.pdf

R_loaded_sentences1.pdf

R.pdf

Articulation Resources

JANUARY 

WORDS: snow, icicles, shoveling, snow angels, snowman, flakes, ice, sleet, blustery, wind chill, real feel, temperature, thermometer, snow day, arctic, bundle, hat, coat, jacket, mittens, boots, scarf, gloves, hood, snow pants, sledding, ice skating, hockey, football, basketball, hot cocoa/hot chocolate.

IDEAS:  

  • Make snow balls, make snowmen, go sledding....talk about what you did, what you liked, what should go on the snow man next etc.
  • Playing board games works on waiting your turn, counting, if /then, decision making, problem solving etc. Types of games: UNO, RIGHT LEFT CENTER, Chutes and Ladders, Sorry, Candy Land and so many others.
  • Remember to read with and to your children.  Make sure to ask them inferential questions like: What do you think will happen in the story?  What do you think will happen next (before you turn the page), How did the main character feel at the beginning or ending of the story?  Ask them to retell the story back to you.  Practice good articulation when reading.