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 CARRYOVER ACTIVITIES FOR SPEECH SOUND PRODUCTION PRACTICE

 (Use 5-10 cards per session)



 Draw a picture of yourself. Draw a part each time you say a word.

 Punch holes in your cards and string them together as you say them.

 Guess what card someone else is describing.

 Shake a die or spin a spinner and say your words that many times.

 Cover your cards and name as many as you can remember.

 Put your cards on the fridge. Say the words before and after dinner.

 Turn your cards face down and name them as you turn them over.

 Put all your cards in a bag, pick one, and name it.

 Put your cards in a shirt pocket each time you say them.

 Tape your pictures around the house and say them as you pass them.

 Hide your cards in a book. Turn each page and say the cards you find.

 Put a piece of cereal on each card. Say the word and eat the cereal.

 Have someone hold the cards. Pick one and name it.

 Have someone take one card away. Guess which card is missing.

 Pretend to buy your cards from someone as you say them.

 Build a tower of blocks and say a word each time you stack a block.

 Look at your cards through a magnifying glass or binoculars and say them.

 Give your cards to a puppet or stuffed animal as you say them.

 Say your words into a tape recorder and play them back.

 Drive a toy car over your cards while you name them.

 Throw your cards in a can while you name them.

 Place your cards between the bristles of a brush to build a house as you say them.

 Shine a flashlight on each card and name it.
 
 Put a penny on each card as you say it.

 Put a paper clip on your cards, pick them up with a magnet, and say them.

 Bring your cards along in the car and say one each time the car stops.

 Throw your cards on the floor and say them as you pick them up.

 Close your eyes and point to a card. Say the word you point to.

 Flip your card with a spatula each time you say a word.

 Make up a story using all of your cards.

 Fold a piece of paper each time you say a word. Make an airplane or a hat.

 Call someone you know on the telephone and tell them your words.

 Pretend to mail your cards in an envelope as you say them.

 Toss a penny or a bean bag and name the card it lands on.

 Put a piece in a puzzle each time you name a card.

 Hide the cards around the room. Say them as you find them.

 Color each card as you say it.

 Roll a ball on the cards and name each one the ball rolls over.

 Play “Go Fish” or “Concentration” with your cards.

 Play a board game. Say a word before you take a turn.

 Put your cards in a pot and pretend to make soup as you say them.

 Stand up your cards by leaning them against blocks. Knock them down with a ball and say them.

 Place your cards on the floor. Hop from card to card and say them.
 
 

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