I’ve been slooooowly going through and updating some of my best-sellers when the babies are napping. This one was next on my list and I’m loving it’s new simply, streamlined look.
Articulation for Reading and Conversation is perhaps one of my favorite resources and one I am proud to have created. Back in 2014, I remember painstakingly writing over 50 silly stories each containing exactly 20 words with the targeted sound in the initial position. It was not an easy task, and my husband can tell you, it was not an easy resource to edit! 🙂
Each story contains one student copy. Students must find and highlight all of the 20 target words, read the story (being careful to say them correctly), graph the number of sounds they said correctly and then illustrate and talk about the story.
Each story also contains a therapist copy so that simultaneously you can be taking data while the student is reading and talking!
Sometimes this skill can be a difficult one to find ideas to address and progress monitor. With this resource, it doesn’t have to be!