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 AAprpticsulation
  Medial Voiced TH Words
Instructions ___________________________________________________________________
        feather
mother
bathing suit
bathing
teething
rhythm band
Date Helper’s Signature
father
weather
together
                  Name
Speech-Language Pathologist
Skill: Medial voiced TH in words
24 Sounds 1,710 Illustrations
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is great! The pictures are
so great you could turn
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Grades PreK and Up
by Sharon and Thomas Webber
• R, S, L, R/S/L Blends (initial only), Z, SH, CH, TH (voiced and unvoiced), F, V, K, G, P, B, T, D, J, H, M, N, and Y
• Initial, medial, and final positions
• 6,420words!3,120phrases!3,120sentences!
• 1,710 illustrations
• Articulation Drill Record Form, Progress Chart, Homework Notes, and Awards
• 484-page book, 81⁄2" x 11" #BKR-233.............................$94.95
Webber® Jumbo Artic Drill Book Volume 1
Initial S Words – One Syllable
Instructions __________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________
    1. cell 2. cent 3. sack 4. sad 5. safe 6. said 7. sail 8. saint 9. sale
10. salt 11. Sam 12. same 13. sand 14. sang
1. cedar 15. sank
2. ceiling 16. sap
3. cement 17. sat
4. center 18. save
5. cider 19. saw
6. circle 20. say
7. city
21. scene 22. sea 23. seal 24. search 25. seat 26. see 27. seed 28. seem 29. seen 30. self
41. sight 42. sign 43. silk 44. sing 45. sink 46. sip 47. sit 48. soap 49. sock 50. soft
  3I1nitial S Words – Two Syllables . sell 51. son
Instructions __________________________________________________________
32. send 52. song
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33. sent 53. sort
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 34. serve
21. Sandy 35. set
22. saving 36. sew
23. sawmill 37. sick
24. saying 38. side
25. seafood 39. sift
26. seagull 40. sigh
54. sound
41. simple 55. soup
42. singer 56. sour
43. singing 57. sub
44. soda 58. Sue
45. sofa 59. suit
46. softball 60. sun
Initial S Phrases
   Instructions __________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________
21. saving money
22. saw the wood
23. bottom of the sea
24. ocean seafood
25. find a seashell
26. the fall season
27. send a letter
28. sew the button
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Name
6,420 Words
29. season 49. someone
8. cymbals
Date Helper’s Signature
Speech-Language Pathologist
Skill: Initial S in words, one syllable
9. saddle 10. safety 11. sailboat 12. sailor 13. salad 14. Sally 15. salty
1. celebrate 16. Sammy
2. celery 17. sandal
3. century 18. sandbox 4. cereal 19. sand pail
5. cinema 20. sandwich 6. circulate
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1-2-3 Syllables
Initial S Words – Three or More Syllables 32. secret 52. sorry
Instructions __________________________________________________________
33. seeing 53. South Pole
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34. semi 54. subtract
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9. safety pin 10. salad bar
11. salami
12. Santa Claus
13. satellite
14. Saturday
15. sea level
16. sea otter
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27. seahorse
1. a soapy seal
2. tall cedar tree
3. paint the ceiling 4. that cement block 5. five cents
6. center of gravity 7. apple cider
8. in the city
9. this heavy sack
10. feeling sad
11. safe and sound
12. run to safety
13. sail away
14. salad dressing
15. garage sale
1. Sue can sing a song.
16. salt and pepper
2. Cedar wood is very hard.
17. Sam’s sandal
3. Which cereal do you want?
18. eat your sandwich
4. We drank apple cider.
19. a sandy beach
5. He went to the city.
47. soldier 28. seashell 48. solid
30. seat belt 50. something
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  31. second 51. sometime
  3 or more
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30. sip your drink 31. soap and water
29. big road sign
  35. sentence 21. separate
36. sergeant
22. September
37. seven
23. seventeen
38. sewing
24. signature
39. signal
25. silverware
40. silly
26. soccer ball
D2a7t.esombrero 28. somebody 29. submarine 30. succotash 31. summertime 32. sundial
33. sunflower
34. superman
35. supervise
36. supportive
55. summer
41. celebration
56. sundae
42. celebrity
57. sunshine
43. cemetery
58. surfer
44. ceremony
59. surprise
45. certificate
60. syrup
46. secretary
47. semicolon
Phrases & Sentences
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Instructions __________________________________________________________
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34. son and daughter
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35. without a sound
21. The sea tossed and turned. 36. vegetable soup
22. He eats seafood often. 37. Sue’s suit
23. Will you search with me? 38. a chocolate sundae
24. This seat is taken. 39. morning sunshine
25. I came in second. 40. maple syrup
26. She kept my secret.
Help27e.r’Cs aSnigynoautusere them? Skill: Initial S in phrases
28. It seems cool today.
29. Send the letter now.
30. I sent you a message.
31. Write a complete sentence. 32. Gary counted to seven.
33. He went home sick.
34. Which side are you on?
33. solid and liquid
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Helper’s Signature
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Skill: Initial S in words, two syllables
48. sentimental 49. sewing needle
50. subordinate 51. superego 52. superficial 53. superior
54. supermarket
55. symbolical
56. symmetrical
7.
citizen
 17. selection 37. surrender 57. sympathetic
18. self-control 38. suspender 58. symposium 14. Please give me the salt.
All Positions
20. sang a song
6. I w
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9. He needs a safety pin.
10. “I’m here,” he said.
11. Let’s go sailing.
12. Do you want salad dressing?
13. That table is on sale.
                     19. self-defense 39. syllable 59. systematic
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