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Articulation can be an SLPs bread and butter. I have friends that have caseloads that are 75% artic! Crazy, right?!  I lost count about 10 hours ago with how much time I put into this new activity, but I am absolutely tickled pink to finally share it with you. Introducing, Build-a-Burger Articulation!!! Slide001 This activity has a lot going on.  It targets the following sounds: p, b, t, d, k, g, f, v, m, n, s, z, j (jeans ), r, l, sh, ch, and th!  Each sound is targeted in initial, medial, and final position with 24 cards for each position. So if we do some quick math that is 72 cards per sound with a grand total of 1,296 cards 🙂 Build-a-Burger Articulation1 Each card has a word and burger topping on it. The sound and position being targeted on that card have been labeled in the lower right hand corner for you. burgerpic After students choose cards and practice their sounds, they can add the topping to their burger. See who makes the tastiest or grossest burger before your time is up.  This is also a great way to inspire some spontaneous speech and practice of those great speech sounds. To see how I recommend storing and saving time with assembly you can watch the video below. You can visit my TpT store to check out this delicious activity and download the free preview.  If you are feeling lucky you can enter the raffle below to win 1 of 2 copies I am giving away!  A winner will be announced on Friday 🙂 a Rafflecopter giveaway sig1_bird (2)


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Hey there! I’m Maureen Wilson, a school-base SLP who is data driven and caffeine powered. My passion is supporting other pediatric SLPs by teaching them how to harness the power of literacy and data to help their students achieve their goals…without sacrificing time they don’t have.

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  1. I usually work on articulation “round robin” style. There is no guarantee that everybody in the group will be working on articulation so we “play” a game that everybody can participate in while taking turns with individual goals.

  2. As previously mentioned, playing games is always a fun way for students to address articulation skills. They don’t think they are working when they are playing games. I use dice to increase number of times sound/words are repeated during a game.

  3. I actually love to work with artic students especially when they make good progress and are able to graduate. As I tell my students, I love having them and working with them but I love when they graduate!!

  4. I hope I win this product! I was going to buy it the other day, got distracted, and then the price went up when I went back to pay 🙁 Looks great!

  5. I mostly do a lot of drill. I give students a worksheet/set of flash cards and have them run through all the words. Sometimes we break up the monotony by incorporating a game.

  6. I like to start every articulation session with a “five minute drill” type activity…then we move on to a game/movement type activity if possible!

  7. I use artic flashcards with gameboards. I use the dice in the game for the number of times the students have to repeat the word to help increase their number of opportunities to practice the sounds.

  8. This looks looks a great resource. I like to mix it up, drills, games and related to literature when possible.

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