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Articulation Games

Articulation Games is a comprehensive, flexible, and fun speech-therapy, iPad app that was created by a certified speech and language pathologist for children to practice the pronunciation of over forty English phonemes, organized according to placement of articulation. It includes thousands of real-life flashcards, accompanied by professional audio recordings and capability of audio recording.

Articulation Games takes drilling with flashcards to the next level by incorporating gaming components and a reward system.

Children will have fun practicing phonemes by playing four different and flexible games:

  • Flashcards
  • Memory game
  • Sweet Spinner: Children will spin the colorful spinner to get a flashcard or a surprise animated candy that actually pours down from the spinner tube.
  • Artic Wheel: Children will spin the wheel to get a flashcard or a reward (an animated pet).

Articulation Games allows children to practice different phonemes in all positions of words, and at all levels of difficulty (word, short phrase, and sentence level) in ALL of the games.

Articulation Games offers the following phonemes:

  • bilabial phonemes: p-/p/, b-/b/, m-/m/ (initial, medial, and final positions of words; twenty pictures per phoneme and per position at the word, unique phrase, and sentence level);
  • labial phonemes: w-/w/ (initial and medial positions of words; twenty pictures per phoneme and per position at the word, unique phrase, and sentence level);

  • labiodental phonemes: f-/f/, v-/v/ (initial, medial, and final positions of words; twenty pictures per phoneme and per position at the word, unique phrase, and sentence level);
  • linguadental phonemes: voiceless th- /?/, voiced th- /ð/ (voiceless: initial, medial, final positions of words; twenty pictures per phoneme per position at the word, unique phrase and sentence level; voiced: initial [twenty words] and medial positions of words with twenty pictures at the unique phrase and sentence level);
  • lingual-alveolar phonemes: t-/t/, d-/d/, s-/s/, z-/z/, n-/n/, l-/l/ (initial and medial positions of words; twenty pictures per phoneme and per position at the word, unique phrase, and sentence level);

  • linguapalatal phonemes: sh-/?/, ch-/?/, j-/?/, j-/?/, y-/j/, r-/r/ (all the phonemes in the initial, medial, and final positions of words except for y-/j/ [initial and medial positions of words]; twenty pictures per phoneme and per position at the word, unique phrase, and sentence level);
  • linguavelar phonemes: k-/k/, g-/g/; glottal phonemes: h-/h/ (all the phonemes in the initial, medial, and final positions of words except for h-/h/ [initial position of words]; twenty pictures per phoneme and per position at the word, unique phrase, and sentence level);

Additional phonemes:
  • l-blends: bl, fl, gl, kl, pl, sl (initial position of words; ten pictures per phoneme at word, phrase, and sentence level);
  • r-blends: br, dr, fr, gr, kr, pr, tr (initial position of words; ten pictures per phoneme at word, phrase, and sentence level);
  • s-blends: sk, sl, sm, sn, sp, st (initial position of words; ten pictures per phoneme at: word, phrase, and sentence level); and
  • Vocalic r: air, ar, ear, er, ire, or (initial, medial, and final positions of words; ten pictures per phoneme per position at the word, phrase, and sentence level).

Articulation Games is easy to navigate and allows users to employ several tools to perform the following:
  • enter multiple students
  • change settings
  • select multiple phonemes
  • save selected phonemes for next sessions
  • select auto-scoring
  • select alternate counts for multiple students
  • enable or disable written picture descriptions
  • enable or disable special effect sounds
  • use audio recording feature
  • track correct and incorrect responses
  • view reports in table and graphical forms
  • e-mail results at the end of the game

Reviews

This application makes working on articulation skills exciting and motivating! There are four different games to use while practicing speech sounds. The animations are motivating for students (mine stood up and danced around the room each time an animal showed up on the screen). Consonantly Speaking

Look out 21st century! Virtual Speech Center, Inc. has created an engaging and motivating app to practice articulation skills. I Love how you can drill down to what phoneme and what position of words, phrases or sentences that the user needs to work on. The bright colors and fun activities keep the kids engaged and interested. Appabled