Students hear, see, and feel the physical characteristics of sounds as they explore the physical movements of sounds. Instruction progresses from articulatory movement to sound, then to letter in order to teach sound-letter associations. This in-depth knowledge facilitates students' knowledge of word construction as well as self-correction techniques. The LiPS program is ideal for individuals with functional speech-language delay, second language learning, dyslexia, autism, apraxia, pervasive developmental delay, traumatic brain injury, and stroke. Use LiPS
with all ages in small groups or in the classroom.
LiPS Manual with DVDs
LiPS – Fourth Edition comes with two DVDs which correspond to the manual and include extensive dialogues, chains and word lists, frequently asked questions, and audio and visual examples.
Phonological Awareness and Sequencing Stories
By Sylvia Hannah
LiPS – Fourth Edition comes with an eight-book set of the Phonological Awareness and Sequencing Stories (PAS). Forty-two engaging, illustrated stories follow the Vertical Path of sound introduction giving students opportunities to practice successful reading.
LiPS Complete Kit (2011) includes:
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- 60 syllable magnets and 4 blanks
- 11¼" x 30" white, tri-fold, magnetic write-on/wipe-off board
- 64 playing cards, including letters and mouth pictures
- 2½" individual folding mirror