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

Please click the tabs below for ways to make targeted sounds and incorporate into your daily lives.  

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

K.pdf

G.pdf

Articulation Resources

APRIL words, questions, and activities to incorporate into your days with your children using good articulation skills as they say the words or complete the activities:

WORDS/CONCEPTS: April, April Fool’s Day, Easter, Easter Bunny, Easter basket, jelly beans, chocolate, Easter egg hunt, eggs, hiding eggs, dye, decorating, spring, tulips, daffodils, baseball, spring training, “April showers bring May flowers.”

QUESTIONS/JOKES:

What’s your favorite time of day at school?

What are you looking forward to at school tomorrow?

How did the Easter Bunny get to Florida?.....he took a hare-plane

How does the Easter Bunny stay healthy?....he egg-xercises

ACTIVITIES:

  • Go out side, play catch/toss the football and before every toss say a sight word, April vocabulary word (with good sounds if you are working on articulation)
  • After it rains, go splash in the puddles with your boots on. For each splash say the definition for a vocabulary word.  Spell sight words as you splash in the puddles. 
  • Use sidewalk chalk and make a hopscotch game on the sidewalk.  Play hopscotch for each turn say (using good speech sounds) or tell the definition of one of your words from above or from class.