These cards will be your new go-to articulation game, perfect for getting 100 trials, all while your students are having a blast! Used just like a regular deck of playing cards, these 52 playing cards each feature a picture and a word that contains /g/ words in initial, medial, and final positions, perfect for drill-based speech therapy. Just print, laminate and you’ll have a quality set of cards ready for instant articulation activities whenever you need it!
SLPs know that we need to maximize the number of practice trials during our sessions.
Students know they just wanna have fun!
Combine both by playing engaging articulation games, including anything you could play with a regular deck of cards. Play any card game – Go Fish!, Crazy Eights, or Memory! I love playing War with these cards! Or, just use them like any articulation drill deck.
Here’s what’s inside:
- 52 Color Cards featuring /g/ words
- 52 Black and White Outline Cards
Featuring all word positions:
- 17 Initial /g/ Words
- 18 Medial /g/ Words
- 17 Final /g/ Words
Use these cards at any articulation level, whether you’re starting with words or ready to work on articulation carryover and generalization.
Here’s some reasons why other SLPs have loved my articulation playing cards:
♥ “Love using these cards with mixed groups! You can target many language, pragmatic, and fluency goals as well as artic by playing a simple game of war or go fish. Thank you!” – Belinda J.
♥ “I love this, and all the card decks created!! Perfect for use in therapy as well as to send home. Even reluctant “homework doers” or busy parents can get on board with playing a simple game (War, Garbage, Go Fish) once a night. For my virtual students it made me feel as though we were still face to face, since we were actually manipulating real objects (we each had a deck) and not just moving things on a screen. Highly recommend!” – Lisbeth H.
♥ “I have used these cards so many times (mostly with Go Fish and War) and my kids love it. It’s a fun activity that keeps them engaged while targeting arctic goals and obtaining multiple trials.” – Kayla A.
Feel free to email the Speechy Musings team at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
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