Ten activities developed for young children who are not using final consonants in words. The emphasis is on similarities/differences of sounds in words, not similar spelling. For example, bow and boat differ by one sound. “Silent letters are shaded in light grey to help children sound out words as they develop early literacy skills.
Twelve minimal pairs targeting the final sounds /m, n, p, d, t, k/ are included in each activity, providing lots of practice targeting final consonant production. The activities are colorful and simple for early learners. They are perfect for early childhood, preschool, kindergarten, first grade, and/or homeschool. Activities are appropriate for speech therapy, teletherapy, special education and early literacy.
Each activity is alligned to common core standards:
Minimal Pairs (One pair per page)
What does not belong?
Magic: Change the word by adding a sound
Circle the correct end sounds
Match picture to picture
Match picture to word
Left to right practice adding final sound
Picture/Word search activity