SLPs can utilize these labels to modify existing homework sheets so that students engage in random practice during homework.


This is an example of how to incorporate randomization during an engaging activity.


This resource allows students to self-evaluate their performance across different times of day.


This resource allows for students to self-evaluate their sound production, self-monitoring and rate of speech.


These sound placement brochures were created by attendees of the Fort Hays State University Summer Workshop in Hays, Kansas in June 2008. Each brochure stipulates placement strategies to teach later-developing sounds. These brochures supplement the practice of teaching phonetically-complex, later-developing sounds as advocated by the complexity approach (Gierut, 2007).


These are strategies for teaching later-developing sounds as shared by participants at my presentations.


Students brainstormed these options for random practice.


This handout provides examples of possible activities and targets for centers.


These step-by-step worksheets allow families to utilize the Iowa Phonetics website for home practice.


This folder guide was created so that children may discuss their motivation for change, identify strategies and list important words with their targets.