Set 1 -
Meet More Speech Kids
1. Meet the Speech Kids book
Use this book to introduce the rest of the Speech Kids
to your speech kids. Each Speech Kid has a target
sound (k/g, f/v, l, s/z, r, th, ch, sh) and a few of
them are also working on language, voice and fluency).
The book has wh questions after each character
description. Use these questions to elicit
targeted responses for articulation, voice and fluency,
or to reinforce listening comprehension, listening for
details, answering wh questions correctly, recalling
2. Speech Kids
This is a set of 15 coloring sheets.
You asked and Perkilou has answered: counterparts for
the previous Speech Kids so boys working on /ch/ don’t
have to color a girl, girls working on /r/ don’t have to
color a boy! This set of coloring sheets features all of
the new Speech Kids plus 4 of their friends who are
working on additional skills.
3. Which One?
This barrier game is played like “Guess Who?” featuring
the old and new Speech Kids and friends.
Games promote listening and speaking, and help to
strengthen your students' semantic, syntactic,
and pragmatic language skills.
Set 2: Speech Kids Social Skills
1. All Around
The Town Lotto Game
covers receptive and
expressive language, social
skills, inferences, independent thinking and/or group
thinking and sharing, etc. Students will give advice to the
Speech Kids when they find themselves in various situations.
This game includes game boards and 54 social language
scenario cards. Discuss social situations in 9 different
settings all around the town!
More Favorite Things
Use this book to elicit
responses from word level to conversation and to address
categories, naming, and describing with students working on
bookmarks featuring your choice of 20 different Speech Kid characters. Use
them to target various skill areas (speech, language, and