As SLPs, we know that the more correct trials of sounds and words for our students working on articulation and phonology, the better! It can sometimes be challenging, however, to get as many productions as possible, though, especially in group sessions.
I have used a basic version of a hundreds chart for years with my articulation students – a simple table I made in Microsoft Word with 100 blank boxes. I had my students color in a box or use a stamp to mark each correct production on their page.
After having my caseload shift much more heavily to articulation and phonology over the past year or two, though, I knew I needed a few different versions of this to change things up a bit over different sessions.
I created this set of open-ended 100 charts with different themes (including pets, pandas, dinosaurs, monsters, and safari animals) to use myself, and decided to share this freebie with you as well! I left these open-ended so they would work well in mixed groups with whatever goals you need to target. You can print a page for each of your students to use with markers, crayons, or stampers, or reuse the pages by using mini erasers or other objects to mark each trial. Alternatively, you could use a dry erase sleeve and dry erase marker to reuse the pages as well.
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