Articulation · Organisation

Speech Sound Reminders *Freebie*

I am constantly trying to find simple, easy ways for teachers and parents to become more involved in the therapy progress so that their child’s speech is generalizing to environments outside of my room! Today I have made these simple speech sound reminders so that I can quickly and efficiently communicate what sound the child is working on and what the adults can say/do to help them.

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Free Download from my TPT store


Teachers: SLPs can give these speech sound reminders to the classroom teacher. I would recommend telling the teacher how you would like them to use it, such as only providing the reminder in a 1:1 conversation or provide 1:1 feedback after they’ve read aloud in class etc.

Parents: This is another simple slip to send home to parents. Make sure that your reminders are clear and explicit so that this is something that the parents can achieve.


8 thoughts on “Speech Sound Reminders *Freebie*

    1. If you download and save the file as the PDF (which is what it is saved as), you can use a program like Adobe Acrobat to write on it. I personally just use pen and write it in red as it stands out more. You could also try a free software that converts PDF files to Word documents and do it that way. Hope that helps.

      1. you are so kind to respond so quickly. Thought if I typed it in quickly for several different sounds, printed, I’d be good to go in the morning to hand out.

  1. Thank you for sharing. As a parent who hardly hears from her daughters speech therapist, I would like if she sent something home like this.

    1. Hi Trina,
      I am glad that you found this resource. I would strongly suggest being proactive and asking for some more direction or ways that you can help your daughter. You could even send the ‘speech reminder’ sheet in and ask her to complete it for what you can say at home. As an SLP I LOVE to hear that parents care about their children’s speech and are willing to support it at home. Try asking for her email address and open the communication that way. I am sure if you asked to be more involved then your SLP will step it up too! Best of luck, hope you find more useful resources in the meantime on my site.

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