Articulation Flashcards App

Articulation Flashcards app is a no-nonsense speech therapy app with more than 1,050 flashcards for Android users that can used for speech and language therapy. 

This is app is designed and created by me, a practicing speech language pathologist who also happens to be an Android user. I’m not a fancy programmer. I’m just a speech language pathologist who is sick and tired of carrying around articulation flashcards and I’m not about to buy an Apple product :)

Therefore, I created this app and I love it! I use it ALL THE TIME!

You can buy it at:

Articulation Flashcards App

What's Included In Articulation Flashcards App

  • This app includes more than 1,070 flashcards for the phonemes: /b/, “ch,”, /d/, /f/, /g/, “j,” /k/, /l/, /m/, /n/, /p/, /r/, /s/, “sh,” /t/, “th,” /v/, and /z/. 
  • Each phoneme has 20 flashcards for the initial position, 20 for the medial position, and 20 for the final position. 
  • Each digital flashcard has the word and a sample target sentence provided at the bottom. 

Common Uses

  • Articulation practice at all levels (syllable, word, sentence, connected speech)
  • Drill practice for speech therapy
  • Stimuli to be used during speech therapy games
  • Home practice for parents

Alternative Uses

You can also use this app for other therapy goals such as language and/or pragmatics. Some sample ideas include:

  • Defining vocabulary
  • Relating vocabulary words together
  • Similarities and differences
  • Asking WH questions
  • Answering WH questions
  • Conversation prompts

Disclaimer

I didn’t include any games or accuracy counter, because to be honest, I have never used them. They sound good; however, during authentic speech therapy, I don’t want my kids playing games on a device. Communication is all about communicating with real human beings. To be even MORE honest, I was given an iPad at one of my jobs and I was excited to fill it with lots of fancy apps. Then, a year went by, and I NEVER turned it on. Literally, not once. I realized that apps and speech therapy (at least how I run things) don't really mesh.

I didn’t include an accuracy option because it isn’t that functional and can be a distraction actually! You still need to record your data on your IEP or daily notes. It is never checked. I did have an articulation app on my iPad and purposely had to stop using BECAUSE of the accuracy function. My students would be obsessed and even frustrated when they didn't get a green check mark each time. This obsession distracted them from practice and my verbal/visual feedback. Hence, these flashcards DON'T have an accuracy function.

To simplify things and life, this app is just full of articulation flashcards...all you really need!

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Bridget is an ASHA certified, practicing speech language pathologist. She is passionate about providing parents with information on child speech and language development as well as provide functional, easy activities to do at home! Parents have the power to make a real difference. Follow Bridget at Facebook and Pinterest for more fun!

Author of  child language development eBook series



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