s Sound Production Snakes and Ladders Game

Save Resource

To save a resource you must first Join or Log In.

s Sound Production Snakes and Ladders Game - s sound, s, sound production, board game, classroom game, letter games, word games, s games, games, letters
Ratings & Reviews
Suggest a Change
Log in Join
  • Jan 21st

    my son

  • Sep 7th

    We will use this activity for " learning partners "
    -what to do when you finish (your Place Value - numbers to 100 Learning )

  • Nov 25th

    Hi there scotscot, thanks for commenting! The avatar creator enables you to make a little cartoon picture of yourself, someone you know, or even the children in your class. You can choose from different face shapes, hairstyles, accessories and background, and then save the image. I hope this helps, pop an email over to hello@twinkl.co.uk if you'd like more info!

  • Nov 24th

    could you explain what the avator creator is please thank you it's name avator? thank you

s Sound Production Snakes and Ladders Game

s Sound Production Snakes and Ladders Game - A fun game which gives your children the opportunity to show what they have learned about this topic! This game can be used during phonological therapy by speech and language therapists with the aim of eliciting multiple productions of s. The game is to be played in the traditional manner, however when landing on a snake, s is to be produced. Going down the snake, can be used as a visual representation of lengthening the s sound. The ladders can be used for alternate sounds as decided by the clinician.
This resource is available in Standard.
  • Homepage » Key Stage 1 » English » Writing » Activities and Games
  • Homepage » Early Years » Communication and Language and Literacy » Writing » Activities and Games
  • Homepage » SEN » Communication and Interaction » Speech, Language and Communication Needs » Speech » Speech Sounds » S Sound
  • We love to hear your ideas! If you’d like to see another version of this resource, you’ve had a great idea for how we could improve it or you’ve spotted a mistake then let us know by filling in your details below.

    Please try to be as specific as you can :)

    Why not sign in to make suggesting a change quicker and easier?

    Already a Member? Log In