Spin & Say Articulation: Freebie!

This fun freebie is a sample version of my Spin & Say Articulation {Coloring Sheets & Smash Mats} which contains these pages plus 112 other pages for a total of 58 Spin & Color Sheets and 58 Spin & Smash Sheets! This packet is perfect for the entire school year! I’m constantly grabbing these sheets during my sessions.

Each sheet includes game spinners with 4 articulation target sounds on each spinner. The huge packet includes 18 different sounds! Sounds included in the full version are as follows:

  • Initial Sounds (2 black & white coloring sheets AND 2 colored smash mat sheets for each sound) p, b, m, n, t, d, k, g, f, s, s blends, r, r blends, l, l blends, th, sh, and ch
  • Final Sounds (2 black & white coloring sheets AND 2 colored smash mat sheets for each sound) p, b, t, d, k, g, f, s, th, sh, and ch

Spin, Say & Color Instructions:

Spin using a paperclip and a pencil. Find the picture, say it 5 times and then color the picture. Continue until all pictures have been colored. These coloring sheets are also great to send home for homework!

Spin, Say & Smash Instructions:

Laminate colored pages. Spin using a paperclip and a pencil. Find the picture, say it 5 times and then smash the picture with PlayDoh (or cover with a chip). Continue until all pictures have been smashed (or covered).

This packet includes a sample of the huge packet. You get 2 black and white pages and 2 colored smash mat pages for the following sounds (a total of 4 pages):

  • final /k/
  • initial /f/
  • initial /l/
  • final /sh/

This download includes:

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    Spin, Say & Color: Final /k/
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    Spin, Say & Color: Initial /f/
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    Spin, Say & Smash: Final /sh/
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    Spin, Say & Smash: Initial /l/

To see more images included in the full version, please click here.

Sweet Peas and Pigtails
 

Hi there! I’m Jennifer, wife to Jonathan and mama to two Sweet Peas. I worked full time as a speech-language pathologist for nearly a decade before becoming a mommy and now I work part-time so I can stay at home with my two little sweet peas.

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