Doing articulation drills are important for children but can also be fun and exciting! We created a simple Bingo game using SymbolStix that contains many different words with /ch/ in the final position (important!) AND is fun.

This is for parents and SLPs alike. It is quick to prepare and easy to use. You can choose words randomly, follow a specific pattern, or print a few copies and cut one up to use as a master list. Use cut-up paper, beads, or coins to cover the words if you print them out.

If you are an SLP using Zoom or another online learning platform that allows for screen-sharing, you can pull it up on your screen for your client to see. Check out our post about Zoom for more tips and tricks here! You can also take a screenshot and use the markup tool to cover the appropriate words. We have a post about this as well!

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Articulation Practice Tips:

  1. Focus on progress not perfection. Not all repetitions will sound perfect, and that is okay.
  2. To increase complexity, say the target word in a phrase or sentence. For example: "catch ball," or "Let's play catch."
  3. Try to get in as many trials as possible. A good target would be to say at least 10 of these words in one sitting - saying all of them a few times would be best.

Articulation, Phonology, and Apraxia Goal Bank + Resources Packet

This is an easy-to-use, one-stop shop packet for the treatment of speech sound disorders (articulation, phonological, & apraxia). Find a goal bank and pages of resources about treatment approaches, speech sound milestones, and more! Get it on Teachers Pay Teachers or on our site!

We think you'll use this resource for years!