Say and Do® Sound Production

Flip-Book and Activities for Apraxia and More! Book

By Jennifer Perkins Faulk and Lisa Priddy

Grades PreK and Up

SKU
BK317
Rating:
87% of 100
$49.95
Combination of a sturdy, photo-based Flip Book (6½" X 16") and a 36-page reproducible Activity Book to provide a visual model for students to use as they learn to produce vowels and consonants. Flip card-pages are arranged by place of production. Sound, syllable, and word levels. All ages.
Combination of a sturdy, photo-based Flip Book (6½" X 16") and a 36-page reproducible Activity Book to provide a visual model for students to use as they learn to produce vowels and consonants. Flip card-pages are arranged by place of production. Sound, syllable, and word levels. All ages.
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Author(s) Jennifer Perkins Faulk and Lisa Priddy
Topic Apraxia, Articulation, Best Sellers, Oral-Motor, Phonology
Brand Super Duper Publications

Say and Do® Sound Production

Do you work with children who struggle with producing sounds and words? Give them the visual cues they need with the Say and Do Sound Production Flip Book and Activities for Apraxia and More!

The Say and Do Flip-Book contains four identical sections of illustrated cards. The cards provide a visual model of how to produce vowels and consonants at the sound, syllable, and word levels. Each card section is arranged by place of production, beginning at the front of the mouth and working towards the back.

The Say and Do Activity Book contains worksheets and therapy activities for the illustrated cards in the Say and Do Flip-Book. The worksheets allow the child to practice at the beginner (sound), intermediate (syllable), and advanced (word) levels. Includes therapy activities and reproducible mouth pictures to encourage carryover practice. Copy all worksheets and activities from the book.

Customer Reviews
  1. May be confusing
    Quality
    60%
    The symbols that are shown on these cards may be confusing to students with dyslexia. I tend to focus on their literacy skills as well as their phonological awareness so the brackets, and letters shown underneath the bracketed letters would be too much for my students that have difficulty with conceptualizing or have working memory issues. On a positive, the cards are nicely illustrated and would be best utilized for adults or children that have only an articulation problem.

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  2. Great
    Quality
    80%
    Great visual for kids and parents. Gave a four because it did not have all articulation sounds.

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  3. Very helpful
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    80%
    Great for visual learners! Love the print outs; I give them to the family after for home practice.

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  4. Great Product
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    100%
    Overall, I am very satisfied with this product. I have already used it a good deal in therapy for some of my highly unintelligible kids. They have all been motivated by the pictures and enjoy flipping the pages. I would recommend this product.

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  5. Students love the visual display
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    80%
    Apraxic students benefit from the visual opportunity to enhance their practice of moving from one sound to another. However, I was disappointed that it does not cover all vowels and consonants.

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  6. Awesome Resource!
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    80%
    This set is an awesome resource for any SLP. I've gotten great results using this book with one of my preschool students.

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  7. Glad I Purchased!
    Quality
    100%
    Excellent quality. I use it daily with any child on my casload with a speech-sound disorder for placement prompting.

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  8. Say and Did
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    100%
    I have used this product with the child I work with who has had surgery to repair her cleft pallet. We found the flip chart very useful for her to find the correct position of tongue lip placement and she was able to produce the first couple of sounds much to her amazement. Thank You so much for enabling her to make sounds. Next will come words.

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  9. Great For Artic!
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    80%
    I have had great success with this product. I have used it with children who were showing signs of Apraxia and it has worked wonders. I really enjoy using the mouth prompts. I believe this gives the child visual stimulation, which in turn helps with correct placement of the articulators.

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  10. Apraxia
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    100%
    This is an excellent visual therapy tool to use with children who have apraxia, or have difficulty with articulation. The visual models makes for many trials of working on sequencing sounds. The students enjoy flipping the pages to practice different sounds.

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  11. Great resource
    Quality
    100%
    This flipbook has been a wonderful resource for my clients. It serves as a great visual support for my clients and they enjoy helping to flip the the pages. Furthermore it is organized very nicely by place of articulation which allows me to move quickly when working with clients. It also comes with a great workbook, and CD. I often print out worksheets and pictures of place of artiulation so that parents are able to work on carryover at home. I highly recommend this product!

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The Standards listed are for reference only. Please refer to your District Standards for specific lesson planning.