FREE Spinners!

Spinners for Games

I’ve made these FREE spinners for the old Candy Land (with Nana Nut’s house), the new Candy Land (with the Chocolate Falls), and Sorry so that I can use the easy-to-disinfect iPads instead of the cards that came with the board games.

Spinners for Articulation/Phonology

Drill is my least favorite technique and I think it’s the least favorite for my patients, too. But it can be so effective, especially when working on /r/! I’m constantly looking for new and fun ways to drill and I found this free spinner app. Some of my patients love the spinner!

Each spinner I’ve made has 10 words for each placement (initial, medial, final, and blends). After a child says their word/sentence I have them click on the “hide slice” button so it won’t pop up again. Bonus: it gives the kids a visual for how many more words/sentences they need to say!

Here’s the spinner for /r/

Here’s a spinner for “th”

Here’s a spinner for /l/

Here’s a spinner for /s/

And here are some more ideas for addressing articulation in play-based activities.