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I just wanted to share a quick articulation treatment idea with you today! I have some students working on /r/ carryover and this is one quick activity we do at the beginning of our sessions.
You just need a set of magnetic alphabet letters.
I set up the letters on the white board and they first have to write an /r/ word that starts with the corresponding letter.
We practice saying each word and then add it into a sentence, and then practice it in conversational speech. It's a quick and easy way to get the kids up out of their seats and thinking about those sounds!