Survival Kit Week 2 Activities
These are the worksheets for week 2 of the Survival Kit setup:
Start to Finish Articulation Homework
This single page gives prompts to help a child practice a speech sound first in isolation, then in syllables, words, etc. Have the child work their way up the path to whatever level they’re able to do.
Have the students put the steps to common activities in order. Then, have them describe the event. This can be used for a variety of language skills as they describe what’s happening in the pictures.
“Go/Stop” 2-Choice AAC Board
This simple AAC board has two pictures: “go” and “stop”. Great for children who are just beginning to learn how to use pictures to communicate.
Vowel Articulation Worksheets
Each page has a collection of simple words that all contain the same vowel. One page for each vowel sound.
Identifying Emotions Worksheets
Two worksheets, one with cartoon faces for identifying emotions and another with real photographs of children’s faces.
Bumpy vs. Smooth Worksheet
A simple worksheet with a place to mark if something was bumpy and one for smooth. Use this while the child identifies dysfluencies in your speech or their own.
/b/ Articulation Book for Beginning Communicators
This is a short, simple story that repeats the use of some very simple /b/ words to encourage children to say the sound.
Practicing Intonation while Reading
Use this to help a child learn how to use punctuation to change their vocal intonation when reading.
Break Cards and How to Use Them
If you have a child who is acting up to get out of an activity, show them how to use this break card to ask for a break in a less disruptive way.
Visual Aid for Teaching Turn Taking
Use this visual aid to teach a child the concept of taking turns.
In case you missed it, here’s week one as well: