Free! Groundhog Day Articulation
Groundhog Day is a fun holiday to recognize and this articulation activity will be a great way to start talking about it. The main activity encourages the use of a flashlight to find and to label pictures that contain the words with the initial and final sounds of /K/, /G/ and /F/.
Also, another activity encourages the student to use their flashlight to locate objects in the room and to discuss if a shadow was created or not. The student is asked to describe each shadow once made.
Kids love to use flashlights and that is all you will need to make this activity work in your own kitchen, therapy room or classroom!
We hope that you and your students have a blast targeting articulation in this different way. We strongly think that articulation therapy should be both useful and fun!
Also, if you liked what you saw, we should let you know that we have included even more sounds and a ton of other speech, and language and literacy games and activities in our big Groundhog Day unit. Click here to take a closer peek: Groundhog Day Flashlight Articulation, Receptive Language, Literacy & Concepts
Have a happy Groundhogs Day and have a terrific time making shadows and finding pictures with these Groundhog Day themed therapy sheets!
Shanda Gaunt, M.S. CCC-SLP
Manda Riebel, M.A. CCC-SLP
Twin Speech, Language & Literacy LLC