Visual Syllable Webs: Late 8 Developing Sounds
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Visual syllable webs can be a helpful tool for teaching CV or VC syllables. This collection includes webs for late 8 developing sounds including L, R, S, Z, SH, CH, and TH. Helpful graphics accompany each consonant and vowel sound to offer a visual understanding of each syllable. These single pages are simple to use in therapy sessions and to send home with caretakers for further practice!
- Visual syllable webs for the late 8 developing sounds (L, R, S, Z, SH, CH, and TH) with the following 6 vowel sounds:
- ah (as in hot)
- ee (as in eat)
- oh (as in go)
- oo (as in too)
- ay (as in day)
- eye (as in bye)
- Customizable web including vowels for adding an alternate consonant sound.
- Blank syllable web for filling in your own desired consonant and vowel sounds.
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