Confidently target /r/ , getting tons of repetition while your students stay motivated and engaged with this super fun articulation game! Used just like a regular deck of playing cards, these 52 playing cards each feature a picture and a word that contains /r/ 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 /r/ words
- 52 Black and White Outline Cards
Featuring all prevocalic and vocalic /r/ sounds:
- 6 prevocalic /r/ Words
- 5 prevocalic /r/ blend Words
- 7 vocalic “ar” Words
- 6 vocalic “eer” Words
- 6 vocalic “air” Words
- 5 vocalic “ire” Words
- 7 vocalic “er” Words
- 6 vocalic “or” Words
- 4 vocalic /rl/ 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 these articulation cards:
♥ “This is a fantastic idea for a product. My students love playing a card game while working on R. It keeps them engaged and interested. You can apply it to any card game, which allows for lots of variety. I keep it very handy, next to my therapy table. Great for a quick screener and goal updates! Your /R/ students will love this. It’s a must for any /R/ group!” – Denise B.
♥ “This has been one of my most used materials with my middle schoolers. I have been able to play so many different games while hitting their articulation targets.” – Alicia R.
♥ “This resource is amazing! Made it so easy to drill and get lots of repetitions on a sound” – Addie R.
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