No Frills Articulation for S and Z

I am really excited about my newest activities that I created.  I really needed some simple sentences and stories for a few of my older students who are working on s and z.  I didn't want many graphics, I just wanted to keep it simple.  Because of this, I created No Frills Articulation for S and Z. 

In this packet, there are memory cards, phrase worksheets, sentence worksheets, and story worksheets.  I have created pages for all positions of sounds (initial, medial, and final) for all activities.


Memory Cards for all positions of s and z


Phrases worksheets for all positions of s and z


Sentences worksheets for all positions of s and z

Stories worksheets for all positions of s and z

You can get all of these articulation activities HERE at my TpT store. 

Comment below for a chance to win this on Monday, January 21st!

17 comments:

  1. This looks like a great activity. There are always so many students who are just working on s/z articulation. I know that I want to drill them and move them out of speech. As much as I enjoy my students it makes me so happy to dismiss them. I tell them the same thing all the time too.

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  2. This looks great for my readers and for the RtI students at school - I need them to drill the sounds, but have limited time to create anything! Great work - your stuff is always so creative!
    Jill

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  3. I like this for a few of my older ones that need drill on these sounds. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Love this no frills approach for older kids. They hate the "cutesy" clip art that is appropriate for younger kids. Love the stories. It seems like I am always looking for more materials to target carryover of /s, r/.

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  5. This looks really great, would love to add this to my arsenal!

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  6. This looks great! I love finding activities for my older students who find many artic activities to be too babyish for them. Thanks for making materials like this!

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  7. Love this for the older kids. Always need s,z materials

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  8. You have filled a niche that is always needed for the older ones!

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  9. This is perfect for my older students that don't like the "cutesy" graphics! They get tired of the same old cards so this is perfect!!!

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    1. Amy- You are the winner of my No Frills Articulation Packet for S and Z! Send me your email, so I can get the file to you.

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  10. Very nice. Love that this is for the older kiddos.
    ssjvarga@yahoo.com

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  11. This will be perfect for my kiddos, especially with my RtI groups that need fun, quick drill work. thanks!

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  12. Like the extended levels for practice of phrases, sentences, etc.

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  13. That progression to generalization can be the most difficult part of the process, so the sentence/story activities are much coveted. Thanks!!
    maria.wellman@gmail.com

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  14. Would love to win! This activity looks great for my older students. Thanks

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  15. I love the stories! I need more of them for sure.

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  16. This would be great for my 5 minute kids that are working on S and Z sounds. Love it!

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