Featuring: Articulation Screener

Looking for a screening tool to use with your students? I created an articulation screener a while back when I first started as an SLP in the schools. I decided to revise it, update the graphics, and upload it to my Teachers Pay Teachers store for other SLPs looking for an articulation screener.

This screener assesses all phonemes for elementary-aged students - initial, medial, and final /p/, /b/, /m/, /n/, /h/, /w/, /t/, /d/, /k/, /g/, /f/, /v/, /y/, /l/, /s/, /z/, "sh", "ch", "th", /j/, /ng/, /r/, r-blends, s-blends, and all variations of /r/.

Visuals are included for non-readers, and a data form is included for easy data tracking while administering the screener.

Ideal mastery ages are located underneath each picture. These norms are taken from the Iowa-Nebraska norms that my district uses. You may follow your own district recommendations for qualifying students with articulation disorders.

The instructions are simple. Print in color, laminate, and bind like a book on top. Administer the screener up to the appropriate age (for instance, if the child is three-years-old, I typically administer the 3- and 4-year-old portion, and that's it). Use the prompts at the top of each picture to aid the child in naming the picture. 

Please download the preview of this product at my Teachers Pay Teachers store to determine if this is right for you and your students.

Thanks for stopping by!

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