Survival Kit Week 3 Activities
These are the worksheets for week 3 of the Survival Kit setup:
Why I Come to Speech for Speech Sounds
At a certain point, the child has to WANT to fix his speech sounds or carry-over just won’t happen. This series of questions will help a child discover his own motivation for working on speech sounds outside your therapy room.
Visual Aids for Retelling a Story
Retelling stories is a great way to work on a myriad of language skills. This simple visual aid will give the child an outline for remembering all the key parts to a story.
Snack Time AAC Board
Are you interested to find out if your student can handle an AAC board with more pictures on it? Try this one out during a snack activity to see if the child can combine pics to make longer utterances.
Multi-Syllabic Word Worksheets
Longer words are hard for children with CAS. Try these worksheets with 2-, 3-, and 4-syllable words.
Tools for Extending Conversations in Older Students
This toolbox will help older students understand what they can do or say to extend and continue a conversation.
Fluency-Shaping Techniques Worksheet
Worksheets for practicing slow speech, continuous phonation, prolongation, easy onset, and light articulatory touches.
“I want…” Sentence Builder Worksheet
Use this worksheet to help a minimally-verbal child practice creating “I want…” sentences.
Yawn-Sigh Technique Worksheet
Great for children who use too much force or tension when speaking and need to practice a relaxed, tension-free way of speaking.
Blank Visual Schedule
Use this blank schedule to help your children see what they need to do before they can get to the reward or “fun” part.
Multiple choice questions to identify the true meaning of figurative language and idioms.
In case you missed it, here are the previous weeks activities: