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A fun game I would use in my classroom is an articulation smash mat. The children would each receivea mat and balled up playdoh. I would then ask them to find the picture of an item with a specific soundthat they are working on producing correctly. They would then find the item and say it out loud andsmash their playdoh ball on top of the item. This would repeat until all the items were "smashed". Thisgame would be a good way to work on repeating the specific sounds to practice without getting boredas the students are actively looking for the different item and getting to "smash" it with playdoh. Thiscould even be extended as a sort of bingo where if they "smash" certain items in a row they win. Iwould just make sure that all the items on the smash mat have the articulation sound that the studentis working on. This could be a very fun thing to work on as a group, especially if done in a bingofashion as they will want to play more if they get a chance at a prize.References:Cummings, K. (1970, January 1). How I Teach With Smash Mats! Retrieved fromThere are several games that could be used in the classroom to enhance and facilitate thedevelopment of children who needs Articulation skills. Chicka, Chicka, Boom, Boom by Bill Martin Jr andJohn Archambault has continuous repetitive speech sounds and most importantly rhymes. Its easy to

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Speech sound disorder, articulation disorders, fun game

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