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    Therapy Idea of the Week: French Fry Articulation! (yes, its from Pinterest again!)

  • Emily R

    French Fry Articulation Game This is a great site for Speech Language Activities!

  • Natalie Clark

    Image Credit: Speech Room News This one is taking off around Pinterest as fast as kids like their fries! It was created by Jenna over at Speech Room News as a variation on other "french fry sight word" and "french fry math" games she saw popping up. I saw it first from our friend Rachel See Smith. From the Speech Room News Blog: "The golden arches gladly gave me a few french fry boxes when I asked. I made Boardmaker symbols of beginning, middle and end. Popsicle sticks became french ...

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