Quick Articulation Activity

My school had an assembly today and a few sessions were cut in half from 30 minutes to 15 minutes.  By the time my students came down to my office we had about 10 minutes left in the session.  They were excited from the assembly and articulation drills was the last thing that they wanted to do.   So, I quickly printed off the letter of their target sound from

http://dailycoloringpages.com/alphabet-letters-to-print/challenging-animal-alphabet-letters-to-print/

The students tried to see how many animals they could identify (color in)/find.  I was able to elicit their target sound in all word levels during the ten minute sessions as well as keep the students engaged after an exciting assembly.  This is also something perfect to send home for carryover skills.

Do you have a quick activity to use when your schedule changes last minute or your sessions get cut short?

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Here is a website that has simpler pictures.

http://www.sheknows.com/kids-activity-center/print/things-that-start-with-k

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