Survival Kit Week 4 Activities
These are the worksheets for week 4 of the Survival Kit setup:
Speech Sound Warm-Up Activity
Working on sound stimulability can improve overall intelligibilty. This stimulability warm-up is a great alternative to NSOMEs!
Where Questions Worksheets
These worksheets start with super easy “where” questions and get progressively harder on each page.
Book-Reading Activity AAC Board
A simple AAC board that can be used to help a child ask/answer questions and participate during a book-reading or storytime activity.
CV and VC Word Phrase Builders
Help children with apraxia learn to build simple phrases and sentences using CV and VC words.
Social Story for Initiating Play (for Verbal Children)
Here’s a great social story for children who know how to talk but don’t always know what to say to initiate play with peers.
Preparatory Set for Fluency Worksheet
Preparatory sets are a stuttering-modification technique that can be used to help a child ease through an anticipated stutter. This worksheet will help the child practice them in a controlled setting.
Vocabulary-Matching: Basic School Items
Help children match these common school items to improve receptive vocabulary and knowledge of simple words.
Nasal vs. Oral Airflow with Mirror Activity
This resonance activity will help the child visually see the difference between oral and nasal airflow when speaking words. You’ll need a small mirror for this one. I recommend adding that to your kit as well. You’ll use it for other activities, too, I’m sure!
First, Then Boards
Write or draw what the student must do first and then write/draw what the student wants to do. First, do my thing, then, do yours. Simple visual for reinforcement.
Topic Maintenance Railroad
Don’t fall off the tracks! Use this train image to help children learn how to stay on topic.
In case you missed it, here are the previous week’s links: