Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Spring Apraxia

I'm thrilled to announce the second installment of my Apraxia Printables line! I've been having so much fun creating these little packets! They're perfect for students with apraxia or phonological disorders, as they address eight different syllable patterns (VC, CV, CVC, CVCV, CVCVC, CVCVCV, CCVC, and CVCC).
Spring Apraxia is full of tulips and all kinds of spring goodness! It features 56 useable pages (7 for each syllable pattern). These pages are perfect for addressing initial consonant deletion, medial consonant deletion, cluster reduction, and more!

One of my new favorite ways to use these printables is to cover them up with themed erasers! I found these cute butterflies at the Target dollar spot!
Of course, I LOVE bingo daubers! These sheets are perfect for dabbing or using as play-doh smash mats!
There are endless ways to use these puppies - decorate with crayons, markers, or watercolors! Students can roll a die to determine how many pictures to cover or color. They can even flip a coin (if they land on heads they can cover/color two pictures or if they land on tails they can only cover one picture) to turn these pages into a game. These can also be sent home for homework.

FYI - these printables are also part of a growing bundle that's currently 50% off if you're interested in collecting each packet!

I probably say this every season.. but spring is my favorite season for therapy! I love flowers, butterflies, and sunshine! I'm currently on spring break and while I plan on savoring every moment, I'm excited that I'll have something fun & easy to prep when I return back to school!

Thank you for visiting my little blog! Have a wonderful day!

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