Speech Steps®

Reproducible Drills for Artic and Language Book

By Andrea Herson, M.A., CCC-SLP, Joanne Sabin, M.A., CCC-SLP,
and Ashley Drennan, M.S.P., CCC-SLP

Grades PreK-3

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$29.95

170-page illustrated, reproducible drills book for nonverbal students. Work on long vowels sounds, babbling, and simple consonant-vowel words. Includes sounds B, CH, D, F, G, J, K, L, M, N, P, R, S, SH, T, TH, V, and Z in initial, medial, and final positions; initial and medial H and W; and initial blends. Grades PreK-3.

170-page illustrated, reproducible drills book for nonverbal students. Work on long vowels sounds, babbling, and simple consonant-vowel words. Includes sounds B, CH, D, F, G, J, K, L, M, N, P, R, S, SH, T, TH, V, and Z in initial, medial, and final positions; initial and medial H and W; and initial blends. Grades PreK-3.

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Author(s) Andrea Herson, M.A., CCC-SLP, Joanne Sabin, M.A., CCC-SLP,
and Ashley Drennan, M.S.P., CCC-SLP
Topic Articulation, Autism, Books, Vocabulary
Brand Super Duper Publications

Speech Steps®

Step up to great articulation and language skills with Speech Steps These quick and easy reproducible drills will elevate your nonverbal or minimally verbal students to new levels.

To work on articulation, students first establish long vowels sounds (A, E, I, O, U). Then they progress to simple words by pairing the target sound with a vowel pay, pea, pie, pole, pooch or safe, leaf, knife, loaf, roof. As they improve, students will learn more complex word structures with varying vowels. Speech Steps includes sounds B, CH, D, F, G, J, K, L, M, N, P, R, S, SH, T, TH, V, and Z in initial, medial, and final positions; Initial and Medial H and W; and Initial Blends.

Improve early developing language through imitation and drill with simple sounds (A, E, I, O, U), babbling (ba, be, bi, bo, bu), and simple consonant-vowel words. As students learn these sound patterns, word productions increase and students begin to associate meaning with simple words. Before long, language takes off and vocabulary grows.

Reinforce students' progress at home with drills that parents will find simple and time efficient. Students with articulation and language delays, apraxia, and autism will soar to new heights with Speech Steps! 170 pages.

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  1. Love it!
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    I just purchased Speech Steps and I love it! It has great visuals for kids and it is homework-friendly. I highly recommend this product!

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  2. Great Prdduct
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    Love this book of homework sheets for artic practice which includes over 20 phonemes pages can be interactive for students as they can step up the stairs with manipulatives. Highly recommend for artic practice of a different kind!!

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  3. Amazing Idea
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    Speech Steps was recommended to me at an Apraxia conference I attended recently. I love it. What a great idea. This workbook pairs each consonant sound with different vowels, and is perfect for Apraxic children.

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  4. Great product!
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    This product is great to use for articulation/phonological disorders. It has many consonant-vowel combinations for many sounds. Also good for apraxia.

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  5. Great Introductory Tool
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    I like this product. It addresses a number of sounds and presents the starting point for working on those sounds. It provides a visual representation of a strategy that is frequently used by clinicians. "Speech Steps" also provides strategies for the clinician to explain how sounds are produced that they can use with their students.

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  6. Speech Steps
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    I have enjoyed this book for articulation, language, and apraxia. It is very simple and helps kids start out with basic imitation skills for vowels and then moves to more complex speaking environments. I like the 'step' and dinosaur motif, too.

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