Articulation Activity

Rebus Activities for Articulation

Rebus activities use pictures or symbols to represent words and phrases. By substituting images for text, children have a fun activity to practice skills such as articulation (speech sound production). This is a great activity for nonreaders, as they can participate in storytelling by naming each image as the story is read aloud. The stories can vary in length and in the difficulty level of vocabulary. Make your own rebus stories using cut-out or online/computer images and lots of creativity!

 

For printable rebus stories, check out the link below!

https://www.havefunteaching.com/worksheets/reading-worksheets/fluency-worksheets/

 

If you are interested in scheduling a speech evaluation with Christine Wilson M.S., CCC-SLP, CLICK HERE!

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