Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Popcorn Popping

Next week is all about Popcorn! We are talking about our sound of the week, our "Popcorn Sound" and doing lots of fun things with popcorn.  For next week we are focusing on /p/ in isolation, consonant-vowel combinations, and words.  The last week in October we will work on /p/ in phrases.
Again use these sheets below to practice.  Remember to make it a game or even just target this sound during play activities!  If your kiddo struggles with drill work, just say lots of words with the "p" sound in it while playing so that your child hears the correct production of this sound over and over!  Just have fun with it and the more naturalistic the better!  :) 

Isolation: practice the "P" sound in isolation in front of the mirror or even a video camera.  You can show your little one our Popcorn picture (above) while you work on it.  If you use a camera, record your practice and then watch it together after you finish!
CV combos: use this worksheet from Heather's Speech Therapy to practice (pa, pe, po, etc.).  
Words: use this game board from Adventures in Speech Pathology for practice at the word level.
Phrases:  use the game above to make 2-3 word phrases ("The pink pig." etc.)
Have fun with our "P" sound!
For Large group we are also going to be popping popcorn and eating it. Here is our learning card:

I will be reading one of my favorite Halloween stories.  I found these cute visuals over at Sandy Toes and Popsicles!  Our weekly handout is from Super Duper and talks all about present, past, and future tense. We focused mainly on past tense -ed during large group this week, so you can do the same while playing this week!  Happy Fall Break!

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