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Scavenger Hunt Around the Home Instructions
By Ana Paula G. Mumy, MS, CCC-SLP
All scavenger hunt pages are one-syllable words (mostly simple CV and CVC structures), with few consonant blends. They are meant for home practice for children with speech sound disorders/apraxia of speech. The parent or caregiver is instructed to make a game out of this activity, using a flashlight or a magnifying glass to look for the pictured items based on a target sound. Each scavenger hunt page depicts things that can be found inside or outside of the home (front/backyard) or in a book inside the home, and the various items can be a person, animal, object, or toy.