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SLP Mommy of Apraxia: Initial 'T' tic-tac-toe

Friday, August 15, 2014

Initial 'T' tic-tac-toe

One thing I've found, is that as an SLP, finding materials for apraxia can be challenging.  This is mostly due in part to the fact that syllable shape and complexity matter more for apraxia than they do for other speech sound disorders.

For example, if you were working on the 'T' sound and opened a typical articulation workbook, it wouldn't be uncommon to see a variety of single syllable and multi-syllabic words mixed in together.  As an SLP specializing in apraixa, I need materials and FUN worksheets that my kiddos with apraxia can use without having to say, "Let's skip that word" or "Don't worry about that one."

Here is a tic-tac-toe game I made for a kiddo right now who needs a review and extra practice for initial 'T.' You will notice the syllable shapes are simple: CV and CVC.

To get more repetitions in, I also had a basic deck of cards (minus the face cards) sitting by our game.  We had to pick a card and whatever number we picked was how many times we had to say our word!

If you're interested, you can find it on my TpT site here: Letter 'T' tic-tac-toe

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