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ARK's Blogfrom ARK's Blog

Isolating Back of Tongue Elevation for K, G, and Y

ARK Therapeutic: Isolating Back of Tongue Elevation-Speech Trick for K, G, and Y. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy/ for therapy resources.

I love these videos the songs teaches the letters with both sounds , with the right writing formation of each letter and rhyming words with a hip beat. I also use sand or salt writing trays for each students. I was able to teach the whole alphabet in 26 days. The average times I played the video was 3 times during a class session due to requests from my students they love the songs.

The Measured Momfrom The Measured Mom

Free beginning sounds worksheets (updated

Get this giant set of 26 FREE beginning sounds worksheets! Your child can color the pictures that start with each letter.

So mean haha, but definitely makes you realize how some things are just our perception and not reality.

Yeah... my history teacher said "I know you're very busy" to the class, and I had to keep myself from singing "I know your work's important, but I'm crossing the ocean and I just can't wait."

Miss Kindergartenfrom Miss Kindergarten

Phonics and Patterning Fun

Great ideas for letter sounds/phonics practice! Miss Kindergarten: Phonics and Patterning Fun

My favorite phonics work station! Kids look at the beginning sound for each picture to build the words and figure out the SECRET WORD - these are for the long u sounds ew ue ui but there are a bunch for every phonics sound

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My ceiling fan has three settings: -- very slow -- Medium , and --I'm about to fly off the ceiling and kill you in a freak ceiling fan accident

Reason why I check my voice mail... 5% Because I care about my missed calls, 95% to remove that annoying icon.

Coconut Toast! Oh my goodness you HAVE to try this. Tastes like Coconut Pie and so easy the kids can make it! Love this recipe!

They should make the wrappers for pads and tampons silent. It legit sound like I'm opening a bag of chips in the bathroom.

How I gets my students to successfully move from producing sounds in isolation to syllables during articulation and phonology sessions! From Speechy Musings.