Websites for Articulation Activities

Websites for Articulation Activities

Articulation- /R/ Sound Activities

/R/ Blends Game
 
/R/ Blends Game
 
Vocalic /R/ Sound Games
 
Matching /R/ Practice
 
Medial /er/ Word Games
 
Read & Write Stories With Your /R/ Sound
 
/or/ Picture Match-Up
 
/ar/ Picture Match-Up
 
/or/ Challenge Board
 
Final /er/ Challenge
 
Articulation Hangman- Select "Challenge Games" then your targeted sound
 
R Last Gasp
 
/R/ Battleship: Beginning /R/ Single Syllable
 
R United States
 
R ticulation Practice
 
"Surfer Girl" /er/ practice- Read this book aloud
 
ARchie's AR Game- /ar/ Initial Sounds
 
Final Vocalic /R/ Sounds
 
SupER /er/ Words
 
MeRYL's /rl/ Phrases
 
Initial /R/ Thesaurus- Synonyms & /R/ Practice
 
Initial /R/ Board Games
 
R You Ready to Practice Medial?
 
R You Ready to Practice Final?
 
Medial /R/ Board Game
 
Final /R/ Board Game
 
What Ends With /R/?
 
Itsy Bitsy /R/ Book
 
/R/ Worksheet- Print & Practice
 
/R/ Speedy Speech!
 
/R/ Practice
 
Vocalic /R/ Flashcards
 
Initial, Medial & Final /R/- Animated Power Points (click on articulation, then go to initial, medial or final sound)
 
/Ra/ Quiz
 
/Re/ Quiz
 
/Ro/ Quiz
 
/R/ Sentence Story # 2
 
/R/ Sentence Story # 1
 
Practice These /R/ Tongue Twisters
 
/R/ Words Worksheet # 1
 
/R/ Initial Position Picture Match-Up
 
/R/ Initial Position Picture Match-Up
 
/R/ Initial Position Picture Match-Up
 
/R/ and /R/ Blends- All Positions Pictures
 
/R/ Blends- Initial Position Picture Games
 
/R/ Medial Position Pictures
 
/R/ Final Position Picture Match
 
All Positions /R/ Pictures (no blends)
 
/R/ and /S/ Picture Match-Up Games
 
/R/ Sentence Practice
 
Carryover Ideas for Speech Sounds
 
Halloween Hangman With /R/ Words
 
Thanksgiving Hangman With /r/ Words
 
Win OR Lose
 
Speech Pyramid- /R/
 
Interactive "R" Exercises
Click on one of the links. These exercises have a student match the verbal presentation of the target sound given. The sound is then embedded in a sentence.
 
Thanksgiving Word Search and Concentration with /R/

Articulation activities

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