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Minimal Contrast Picture Cards For Fronting

Minimal Contrast Picture Cards for Fronting

  • November 29, 2021

Helping students discriminate between minimally contrasting words is important when correcting phonological processing disorders.  These minimal contrast pair picture cards can be used when working with children who produce /t/ for /k/ and /d/ for /g/. There are 8 picture…

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Three Syllable Word Picture Cards

Three Syllable Word Picture Cards

  • October 31, 2021

These picture cards are very useful when working with students that delete syllables or just struggle to produce longer words. You can use the printable cards to play memory match games or as stimuli for board games. The interactive picture…

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Fall Theme Picture Cards

Fall Theme Picture Cards

  • September 29, 2021

These picture cards can be used for many things, such as introducing and practicing vocabulary words or talking about object functions.  Printing two copies of the cards gives you the option of playing "Go Fish" or a memory matching game.…

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Auditory Discrimination Picture Pairs For Stopping

Auditory Discrimination Picture Pairs for Stopping

  • September 1, 2021

It's important when working on phonological processes that you make sure that the student can tell the difference between correct and incorrect productions. This hands-on activity is a great way to focus on auditory discrimination with minimal contrast pair choice…

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More Vs. Fewer/Less

More vs. Fewer/Less

  • May 30, 2021

Get your students off to a great start by helping them understand basic quantities. These picture-based materials include tasks for more vs. fewer for items that are counted, as well as more vs. less for those things that are not.…

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I Smell… Picture Cards

I Smell… Picture Cards

  • August 31, 2020

This activity is a funny way for students to practice initial /sm/ at the sentence level. To play, place the cards upside-down in a stack on the table.  For each turn, a student picks a card and says the sentence,…

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