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If you saw our Watermelon Articulation post, you can tell we’re dreaming of summer over here. It all started when Alex found the cutest lemon-shaped stamp in the dollar bins at Michael’s last week. I whipped up some pitchers full of articulation practice and some watermelon slices.
This craft/activity is super easy, low prep, and low ink. It includes initial /k, f, s, th, l, r/ and vocalic r.
What you’ll need:
- Lemonade Articulation
- Scissors and glue OR a lemon stamp OR colored pencils/markers
- Print the lemonade pitcher with the target you need.
- After your kiddo says the target 10 times, they can stamp/color/glue over that picture. Lemon slices are included at the end of the download so you can really just print and go if you need to!
That’s it! I’m all about low prep worksheets and crafts for my kiddos right now. My 4 year olds love gluing and stamping so these are perfect!
Check your local Michael’s for a little lemon stamp. You could also use acrylic ice cubes, lemon stickers, or lemon rubber stamps.
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