These sentence stems, or carrier phrases, have been an excellent resource for me in therapy. I use them for both articulation and expressive language targets. These are so versatile and can be used for many activities such as:1.Place articulation cards or objects with target sounds in the blank & have students read the sentence.2.Make a Sentence Stems ring for individual students to carry for functional communication visual prompts.
Build "Wh"-question igloos by answering "Who", "What", "Where", "When" and "Why" questions. This speech therapy activity uses cute penguin picture cues for students who are non-readers or benefit from visual cues.
Speech Time Fun: Feed The Monkey! (Great for students with Autism, ABA, and those working on following directions & expanded utterance length!) Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy/ for therapy resources.