Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Articulation Game Show!

Happy Tuesday and welcome to Day #2 of Articulation Week! 
I wanted to share my new favorite activity for speech therapy.... Articulation Game Show! 
Who doesn't love a good game show?
Articulation Game Show is a 12 page activity that targets the later developing "sh" "ch" "th" /s/ and /r/ sounds. 
Each sound has a point value page and a corresponding question page. 
I like to put the point value page inside of a page protector and use a dry erase marker to mark off the categories as they are used. 

The question page is filled with 20 questions or prompts with answers that contain the target sound. Here are a few examples from the "S Jeopardy" page:
Fill In The Blank: 
My new shirt was only $7. It was on _____. (sale)
Rhyming:
Name a word that rhymes with dress.
Make a Sentence For the Word:
outside
What Am I?
I am a big house. The king and queen live here. (castle)
Mystery Square:
Which would you rather have and why? 
Ice Cream or Popsicle

Try to win a copy below!




34 comments:

  1. I am loving all your BSHM posts! Thank you!

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  2. I am always playing jeopardy at the end of the year. I like to use it for application and checking on progress for final progress reports.

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  3. All the activities have been great! I appreciate them!

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  4. What a cute idea and a good way to get lots of responses!

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  5. I love Jeopardy activities, I created a "life size" version last year using poster board and library pockets to target EET goals. My kids will love this!

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  6. I love this packet! I have a few clients who are making good progress on their articulation goals and this would be great next step for them!

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  7. Love all your ideas! This looks like fun!

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  8. Looks like a great link for artic and language

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  9. Thank you for all the giveaways! I love your activities!

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  10. Love your materials! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. Love all of your activities and posts for BSHM! This packet looks like so much fun! Thanks so much for all of your hard work :)

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  12. Loving all your post for BSHM. This looks like a fun activity.

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  13. My elementary age kiddos LOVE team games and I can totally see this being a team game. AWESOME! I hope I win :)

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  14. this is a great idea. I have it in my wishlist.

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  15. I love Jeopardy and I think my kiddos will too! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  16. Almost all of my caseload is artic and they get bored doing the same things over and over..this would be something new and fun for them.

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  17. This is a great activity that my students will love to try. Thank you!

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  18. I LOVE this activity! This is absolutely perfect for my middle schoolers working on /sh, ch/! Such a hard sound to target but with this activity it would be so much more fun for them!

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  19. Super cool idea. I/ve been wanting to do or find something like this.

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  20. This looks like a fun activity, great with groups!

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  21. So excited about this activity!!

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  22. This looks like a fabulous pack!

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  23. I love this version of Jeopardy! Would be great for eliciting spontaneous productions of these target sounds!

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  24. having fun with trivia tonight! Thanks!!!

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  25. I have played Jeopardy for language skills, but never for articulation. My students would absolutely love artic jeopardy...and it would be a good way to incorporate some math into sessions, since we are all supposed to address all subjects!

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  26. Thanks for the giveaway! This looks easy to print and ton of fun!

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  27. Love your blog and all the great ideas! I would love to win Articulation Jeopardy, it looks like FUN!

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  28. Thank you for all of the giveaways. This looks like it will keep kids interested!

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  29. My older students would love this!! Love your ideas!

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