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Interactive Articulation Stickers

Hi! I just finished my first few packs of articulation stickers, and I’m excited to give you a sneak peek!

NOTE: The links below are Amazon Affiliate links for your convenience, but I may receive compensation if you click through and purchase one of the products. *

What kid doesn't love sticker activities? I'm telling you all about my new interactive articulation sticker in this post, and it's perfect for you to add to your speech and language therapy room. Learn about what's included and check out my recommended materials here!

So what are these sticker? As speech therapists we know how much kiddos love stickers. As speech therapists we know how much WE love stickers. We also know how hectic things get in our speechie worlds at work. Enter your low prep stickers! All you have to do is print the activity pages and the stickers, and you’re ready to go.

The packets come with two sets of articulation stickers (circles and squares) for many speech sounds. As you saw, I currently have packets for Early and Later-Developing sounds. I’ll be adding Vocalic R and Blends very soon.

The stickers are all black and white, which will save ink.

My favorite thing about these articulation stickers (other than the fact that we get to play with stickers) is that I no longer need to prep multiple binders of worksheets. As long as I have a couple copies of all the activities and stickers, I can put together a therapy session for any student with a speech/articulation goal on my caseload. The language kiddos could also use this (e.g., narratives, sentences, vocabulary), so it’s great to use in groups. The activities are also fun and easy to send home for homework, too.

Head on over to my Teachers Pay Teachers store and check it out! I have a few sample activities posted as a freebie (here).

If you want to learn more, check out my YouTube videos.

Here are some suggestions for materials:

I like using the 1.5-inch circle punch for round stickers. The square sticker only take a couple snips, and a student could easily cut them himself right in the session.

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    Sarah Reiter
    January 19, 2017 at 10:50 am

    Hi Marisha!

    I have a quick question for you about what you print the circles on. Is this sheet a full sheet of “sticky” or are the circles pre-cut? I haven’t found a sheet of 30, 1.5″ circles pre-cut. I see that you have the circular punch listed as a product from Amazon. Is this because you hand punch all of the circles? Thanks for clarifying this for me!

    Happy Thursday!

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