Phonic Faces picture the articulation of sounds. Children use this strong visual cue to imitate the correct sound, place the sound in the correct position within words, and generalize the sound to other words. It is the only program that provides visual cues for vowels so it works great for apraxia and articulation therapy. The speech-language pathologist will find endless uses for Phonic Faces!! Perfect for any program in speech pathology, inclusive education, or early childhood.
Also see Phonic Faces books to achieve language therapy goals or for oral language development. Speech-language pathologists are increasingly required to teach literacy skills to clients of all ages. Phonic Faces are the perfect tool for speech-language pathology because they facilitate the development of reading decoding and spelling skills.
Many of the Phonic Faces books are great for teaching pragmatics or pragmatic language skills. Amy Ann's Day explores moods, while Katie Coughs examines social politeness, Aich the Hero talks about character and personality, while Icky Carrots and Peter Pops explore the senses. Achieve many goals simultaneously with these reading books.