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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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Stopping /s/ Sentence Fill-Ins

Stopping /s/ Sentence Fill-Ins

  • March 24, 2021

Work with students who are stopping /s/ with these sentence fill-ins! They are a great way to work on both awareness and production of these minimal pairs. The student picks the picture for the word that completes the sentence (the…

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Say And Choose For Final Consonant Deletion

Say and Choose for Final Consonant Deletion

  • October 21, 2020

These picture-based pages are a great way to work with students who eliminate final consonants. Have the student say the first picture and then add the final sound. Once they've done that, they can choose the picture that goes with…

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Final Consonant Deletion Sentence Fill-Ins

Final Consonant Deletion Sentence Fill-Ins

  • May 27, 2020

These fill-in sentences with pictures are a great hands-on way to work on final consonant deletions. The picture for the word that completes the sentence (the target word) is first picked from two choices, indicating an awareness of the difference…

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Picture Cards For K Sound

Picture Cards for K Sound

  • August 22, 2018

The /k/ sound can be quite tricky for some students. You'll want to have these picture cards and your favorite tricks for production (e.g., tongue depressor, Cheerios, etc.) at the ready! There are 60 picture cards (20 for each position…

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Cluster Reduction Auditory Discrimination Picture Pairs

Cluster Reduction Auditory Discrimination Picture Pairs

  • April 22, 2018

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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