I love using interactive notebooks in articulation therapy! They’re such a great way to organize information and the hands-on approach creates a meaningful learning experience. Most importantly, they are a great way to achieve 100+ trials! They keep students laser-focused on their target words!
I’ve decided to create visual library on my blog of all of my interactive notebooks activities! Just click the “interactive notebooks” link at the bottom of this post to see all of the current blog posts!
Let’s take a peek inside the September Interactive Articulation Notebook!
First up, there is an interactive puzzle pouch! I love this activity, because students can revisit it time and time again! Whenever they need some some additional practice, they can flip to their puzzle pocket page! Puzzles are engaging and a great way to get in some repetitive drills!
I love this initial and final sort! It provides students with the opportunity to practice their sounds in multiple positions of words. This is also a great way to weave in phonemic awareness, as students practice identifying the sound at the beginning and end of the words! It also requires students to visually organize – there’s so much going on with this little activity!
These crazy phrases flap-ups are fun! Students lift the flap and write a phrase containing the given word (example: my mug or yellow gold).
If students are not yet writing phrases, you can also have them just practice writing the word underneath. That’s what I did with my kindergarten students! When an activity called for writing phrases or sentences, I just had them write the word (or in some cases – merely attempt to write the word haha).
This activity showcases sounds in the initial, medial, and final position! Under each word, students can put a check or smiley face if they produced the word correctly. This is a great opportunity for self-assessment. Students can tap on each word and practice it 10 times! Then they can go through the words again and put them in phrases, then in sentences, etc. This is also a great page to revisit! If you don’t have anything planned one day, have students flip to this page and use it as an interactive word list!
Each monthly notebook addresses /k, g, f, v, p, t, m, n, s, th, sh, ch, r, l/, /s/ blends, /r/ blends, and /l/ blends! If you’re interested, this packet is also in a year long bundle! It’s 25% off!
It’s also part of a super mega bundle (along with the interactive language notebooks). It’s 30% off!
Lastly, if you need notebook activities for /b, d, z, j, w, vocalic r/ then check out Volume Two! Each of these notebooks feature all of the activities found in the original articulation notebooks, so that everyone on your caseload can complete the same activities!
Thanks for stopping by! If you have any questions, feel free to leave them below or ask them in the Q&A section of my TPT store!
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