About Me

I have been working as a speech pathologist since 1990.  Over this time I have accumulated a lot of resources across three different websites – BusyBugKits, SpeechBookShelf and BabyChatter.  This website is an amalgamation of this work.  I hope it helps you when you are working with your little clients!

 

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WORD LIST & FREE WORKSHEETS

  • VC – eat, eel, eek, eve
  • CV – bee, key, knee, he, me, pea, see, she, tea, wee    
  • CVC – bead, bean, beach, beak, beep, cheese, feet, heat, leaf, leash, meat, peach, read, seal, seat, seed, sheep, ski, sweet, team, teeth, weed, 
  • cream, clean, dream, green, jeans, queen, sleeve, street, sweep, three, tree 
  • 2 syllable – baby, beehive, coffee, lady, monkey, money, peacock, trolley

How to produce this sound

‘Ee’ is another beginning sound. It is a smiling sound.  Mouth is closed and lips spread with a long sound.

‘Eat’ is a nice word to start with – feed a puppet or a teddy for this game. There are lots of CV words too – pea, bee, tea, key, he, she, weewee.

FREE WORKSHEETS

Game ideas

  1. Feed the puppet / doll.  You can have lots of foods to tell the puppet to ‘eat’
  2. Bee stamping game – download

  3. Doctor set – put a bandaid on all the sore knees.

  4. Tea party  – serve everyone ‘tea’ 

I have been working as a speech pathologist in early intervention for over 30 years. I work with toddlers and preschoolers but have recently found a passion for literacy intervention. I’m a bit camera shy so you won’t find many pictures of me on Instagram. I enjoy making resources for my clients and share these on my website. I hope it helps you when you are working with your little clients! I have recently discovered Mini Objects. They make therapy more fun! You can find them in my Shop. Read More

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