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Articulation Conversation

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Puzzle ID:#25702
Fun:*** (2.97)
Difficulty:*** (2.36)
Category:Logic-Grid
Submitted By:mejoza*us*****!
Corrected By:samm

 

 

 



5 children are referred for articulation therapy at PS 102. Each child has a minor sound error that was quickly remediated. Can you find the child, his/her referring teacher, age, sound error, and therapy length?

1. Only two students worked on a sound that was in their names.

2. The youngest child corrected his sound in the shortest amount of time.

3. The five students were: Freddie, Mrs. Hart's 6 year old student, the 8 year old, the student working on "f", and the one who took 5 weeks of therapy.

4. Mrs. Washington's student kept practicing her sound by sticking out her tongue in class.

5. Billy is not the oldest, but he is older than the students working on "s" and "sh".

6. Mrs. Smith asked the speech pathologist to teach her student the "r" sound.

7. It took two weeks to learn the "sh" sound.

8. Tommy has Mrs. Stevens.

9. Freddie took one half the time to correct his sound as the girl in Mrs. Washington's class, but he took two times as long as the kid working on "f".

10. Beth is the oldest and it took her 4 weeks to learn her sound.

11. The "s" sound took two weeks less time to correct than the "r".

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