Included are ideas and activities that help encourage development of
speech/language skills in the classroom environment.
This information can be helpful in understanding and meeting the needs of
children with speech/language disorders.
Your students can have fun writing and reading stories using this unique
writing opportunity! This may especially catch the interest of those students
who show no interest in writing. Use the Story-Making Machine for classroom
story-writing assignments by choosing the option of having no target sounds
highlighted. Include the title, author's first name and grade, or add a picture
if you wish. Print them, or, if you choose to submit stories, I will publish
them on the Story-Making page of this website for parents or other students to
enjoy and practice. If you want to reinforce target sounds for your students on
articulation IEPs, you can have specific target sounds highlighted, helping them
remember to use good speech when reading a story out loud.