Practicing Sounds in Structured Conversation Activity

Practicing Sounds in Structured Conversation Activity



Description: Choose a sound or sounds to target and ask the child to concentrate on using that sound correctly during structured conversation tasks.  Start with easy things like rote tasks (saying the alphabet or the pledge of allegiance) and then work your way up to harder questions like “describe the steps to ____” or “list as many items from ____ category as you can”.  You can make up your own prompts or use this worksheet bundle inside our membership:

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