P Word List
Speech Therapy Materials
If your child is having trouble saying the sound P, you have come to the right place!
If you are a speech therapist and you need some P speech therapy materials, our P word list can help you!
Below you will find lots of free materials!
- First, there is a FREE worksheet (for non-members) and link (for members) to access new articulation materials.
- Second, there is a word list for quick viewing.
- Next, you can sign up for a FREE newsletter and receive ALL THE WORD LISTS in one Folder in your Google Drive.
- After that, check out a brief explanation on how to say the target sound.
- Last, there are ideas for articulation practice that do not require flashcards or word lists. This is the most functional option and appropriate for children working on generalization.
Enjoy the FREE materials!!!
P Worksheets and More!
There are articulation worksheets for teaching, drill practice, generalization, and language-based articulation games!
- If you are a member login, download, and you are ready to roll here.
- If you want to join, sign up here.
If you want a free medial P worksheet (pictured above), just answer a few questions and it's yours!
P Word List
Google Drive Word List
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Google Drive. I can access my word lists from any device; laptop, desktop, or phone. I no longer have to remember which app is on which device to access all my files and materials.
Also, I can access my word lists WITHOUT the internet.
If you want a copy, fill out the form below. I put all the word lists in one folder. Once you receive your email with the materials, make a copy of the files and they are yours to use and tweak as needed.
How To Say P
Some quick tips on how to make a “P” sound:
- You make a “P” sound by putting your lips together.
- Make sure your child can see your lips as you practice the “P” sound at first. It is a very “visual,” easy-to-see sound.
- You can also cue your child by saying “lips together.”
Articulation Games for P
P is an earlier developing sound. Therefore, the games listed below are for younger children. Tweak them to meet the needs of your child. Take turns with your child saying the desired words. It is important to practice hearing and saying the sound.
- Pop - Blow bubbles and say “pop” as you pop them
- Pants - When do the laundry, say “pants” as you fold pants
- Please - Say “please” throughout the day
- Pizza - Say “pizza” as you color toppings on a pretend pizza
- Soapy - During bath time, put soap on body parts and say “soapy”
- Open - Open toy doors and say “open” and “close”
- Paper - Say “paper” as you crumple up paper
- Chop - Say “chop” as you pretend to chop up vegetables
- Stop - Dance and take turns saying “stop” to stop the fun!
- Up - Say “up” as you push cars up a ramp
These games can be played at home or anywhere. Adapt any game your child is already playing to squeeze in some fun “P” practice.
If your child has trouble saying multiple sounds AND you want a step-by-step guide to help your child AND you want ideas on how to increase vocabulary, improve grammar, follow directions, and much more, consider our members site.
If you are a professional and you want:
- Articulation Screening Tools
- Data tracking sheets
- Templates in Google Drive for easy data tracking and graphing
- Homework sheets/parent handouts on articulation therapy
- General flashcard games
- 36 flashcards for each sound: B, D, F, G, J, K, L, M, N, P, R, S, T, V, Z, SH, TH, CH
- 8-10 functional games for each sound
- Language based worksheets to spice things up!
- Picture description tasks
- Short story stimuli
P Word List
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!
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