I am so excited about this packet! It’s taken me a while to put together, but it’s finally finished! After completing the Apraxia Packet for Later Sounds, I got some great feedback from several therapists as to how they address apraxia in younger students. I also had some awesome proofers for this packet that gave me some great suggestions (ahem Jenna!). Check it out!
- 9 Game boards to practice syllable and vowel combinations as well as rate of speech. They target bilabials as well as alveolars.
- Functional vocabulary cards for bilabials, alveolars, and multisyllabic words.
These cards can be used with the blank game board enclosed or using just the cards themselves.
- There are also some wild cards that will make you put all your cards back!
- Motor planning cards for the deletion of initial or final consonant cards targeting /p, b, m, t, d, n, f, l/. These are phrases in which the first word ends with the same sound the next word begins with, making it easier to motor plan.
- Vowel/syllable drill cards
- Carrier phrases to be used with the fish cards, helping with the planning of connected speech.
- Pacing strips to give visual support to rate of speech. My apraxic student tends to mumble a lot. Having a visual really helps him with slowing his rate down.
PS: I’ll give a free copy of this packet to the first 2 blog followers that comment with their email! You can press the “join this site” button on the righthand side of my blog to become a follower. 🙂