SCS is a systematic cueing system that uses visual and tactile cues to help a child motor-plan for sounds in words and eventually in conversation. Each sound has a picture, a name and a hand cue. Children are taught to use the hand cues in a way that promotes independence. That way, when the parent cues a sound in a word, the child automatically knows to repeat the word with the correct sound without ever being told to “say the word”. Parents love the cooperation they get from their children and children love the independence they develop in being able to correct words by themselves and the success they have in doing it.
The 6" square parent cards are constructed of glossy card stock.
The parent cards are two-sided. The front of the card is the consonant or vowel sound card and the back of the card demonstrates and describes the hand cue. The parent set contains 21 consonants and 12 vowels.