I'm a Frog by Mo Willems
working on final /g/ and "am/I'm"- scroll down for more activities
To make a /g/, sound keep your tongue tip behind your bottom teeth and pull the back part of your tongue up against the top of your mouth. It’s very much like the k sound, except that the g is voiced, which means your larynx is also activated. Here are some fun and simple activities to practice this sound at home or in the car:
Line-up cheer-Teacher: Give a hug! Kids: Ladybug!
Core Vocabulary (high frequency words with this sound): bag, big, bug, dig, dog, egg, flag, hug, plug, rug
Here are some gross motor games to play to practice the /g/ sound:
Some favorite songs with this sound....