The following articulation therapy ideas are from different Speech Language Pathologists. These activities can be adapted by clinicians working with children with articulation disorders. Some of the activities include: Tic-Tac-Toe, Connect Four, Put and Take and other fun interactive ideas.
This article consists of practicing sound targets for each week. For example, if the client is working on /s/, then he/she would say the sound 10 times twice each day. There are also other activities provided for each week.
Activities/Games/Ideas for Articulation Therapy
Activities and games that include articulation cards to accompany them, games such as hide and seek, mystery pick, bean bag toss, race for candles, guess what, are some of the games included on this site, along with many more.
Let me know what activities you incorporate in your lesson plan when you are working with individuals with Speech Sound disorders.