I have so many articulation students and I rely heavily on my Ipad while working with these students. My favorite thing about articulation station pro is not only the variety of options, flashcards, matching, sentences, or stories, but the fact that students can self-evaluate themselves which is such as valuable skill! It’s a little pricey, but if you work with a lot of articulation students its so worth it! Articulation Station Pro
My first “linky”…how exciting! This month’s focus is articulation apps. Here’s what I love!
Another app that I like using with my articulation students has a FREE version (always a bonus). It isn’t designed to address articulation, but it works great to add some variety and fun for the students who are still practicing at the word level. It’s called Sparklefish. It is similar to a “mad libs” format, but then it plays the story back to the students so they can hear how they said their sounds and self-evaluate. SparkleFish
The last app that I’d suggest for articulation is the Word Vault app. This app provides word lists to target a wide variety of speech goals including articulation, phonology, language, and social goals. It contains 87 articulation word lists, 80 language word lists, 30 phonology word lists, and 26 social word lists. BIG TIME SAVER! Especially for the traveling SLP! Word Vault
These are my top 3 articulation apps that I use. I hope you found this helpful! For more ideas head over to Speech Room News for the rest of the linky! I have a lot of articulation students so I am always working on new articulation products to keep therapy engaging so please check out my TPT store if you are looking for some ideas!