This winter, one of the kindergarten teachers at my school showed me a fun game called Roll Say Keep. The game focused on reading sight words. I thought it was such a cute idea, and instantly thought I could turn it into an articulation game. I looked on Teachers Pay Teachers to figure out who to credit for the idea for this game, but there were many, many versions out there. If you search Roll Say Keep on TpT you can find some fabulous sight word games (maybe to share with teachers at your school).
I created Roll it, Say it, Keep it: Articulation for the following sounds: F, V, S, Z, K, G, and Th.
Roll it, Say it, Keep it is a simple dice game that uses a game mat and item cards. You can laminate the game board and cards. Cut out all cards (there are divider cards included for easier organization). Students place a card on each spot on the mat and then roll the dice. What ever number they roll is the number of the card that they say. In my articulation version, I have the students say the word the number of times that they rolled on the die. You could also have the student put the word in a sentence.
You can get the bundle Roll it, Say it, Keep it: Articulation HERE and save 25% off of the price of each set purchased individually.