Puzzle Pro Articulation
Created by Erik X. Raj, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Puzzle Pro Articulation is a fun addition to any speech-language therapy setting. This speech therapy game is jam-packed with over 450 sound-specific, puzzle challenges. The goal of Puzzle Pro Articulation is simple; successfully complete the puzzle to reveal an articulation picture and word.
This speech therapy app features:
- A child-friendly interface: simple and intuitive, a wonderful experience from start to finish!
- Tons of sound-specific pictures: with just a tap of a finger, children and clinicians can explore one of 450 sound-specific, puzzle challenges!
- Loads of giggles: before, during, and after each round, loads of laughter will fill the speech therapy room!
This speech therapy game was designed for speech-language pathologists to use with individuals who exhibit difficulty producing the following speech sounds: S, Z, R, L, S/R/L Blends, SH, CH, and TH. It is intended to aid in the remediation of articulation impairments, as well as to help increase word recognition and vocabulary expansion because clients often need practice in more than one area of speech and language development. Puzzle Pro Articulation is intentionally multifunctional!
Traditional speech therapy that focuses on improving articulation abilities can usually get stale and boring, but through Puzzle Pro Articulation, speech therapy can easily become an enjoyable and friendly competition that strengthens students’ attention, concentration, and pronunciation. It is the hope of this speech-language pathologist that by encouraging students to participate in this speech therapy game, they will be able to practice their overall articulation in a way that can lead to fabulous gains toward mastering their speech therapy goals and objectives. Hooray!
The structure of Puzzle Pro Articulation is a departure from traditional articulation drill work and is effective for students ages 6 and up. With this speech therapy game, clients have a blast challenging their friends and classmates outside of the speech therapy room, further practicing their articulation skills and thereby facilitating the sometimes difficult stage of carrying over newly-acquired skills. By playing Puzzle Pro Articulation with the client, paraprofessionals in the classroom and/or parents at home can reinforce the client’s skills while sharing an entertaining activity. Practicing communication skills in environments outside the speech therapy setting increases opportunities for generalization of communication skills.