Minimal Pairs for /R/, /S/, & /L/ for Speech Therapy

Minimal Pairs for /R/, /S/, & /L/ for Speech Therapy
Minimal Pairs for /R/, /S/, & /L/ for Speech Therapy
Minimal Pairs for /R/, /S/, & /L/ for Speech Therapy
Minimal Pairs for /R/, /S/, & /L/ for Speech Therapy
Minimal Pairs for /R/, /S/, & /L/ for Speech Therapy
Minimal Pairs for /R/, /S/, & /L/ for Speech Therapy
Minimal Pairs for /R/, /S/, & /L/ for Speech Therapy
Minimal Pairs for /R/, /S/, & /L/ for Speech Therapy
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(3 MB|38 pages)
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Address auditory discrimination between phonemes during speech therapy! Start therapy with a quick and effective activity to address phonology skills in minimal pairs for the speech sounds /r/, /s/, and /l/ in the initial position. This simple therapy tool can help review, drill, and support auditory discrimination skills specifically for the distortion of the /s/ and the phonological process of gliding.

Why is this helpful?

  • It's quick start to therapy as an introduction to speech sounds.
  • The exit slips are excellent for ending a session so it is fresh in your learner(s) mind.
  • Using minimal pairs to address speech sounds is evidence based.
  • It's easy to use as a quick screening to determine progress.

How to:

For each phoneme there are 12 pictures with blanks underneath as well as a call sheet for the therapist. The therapist will read a pair of words and the learner will determine if they were said the SAME or DIFFERENT (rake/wake OR rake/rake?). They will have same/different cards that they will place in the blanks below the pictures. Space to mark responses is provided on a call sheet for each set of words.

What you get:

Color Copy:

  • Page 4 Mouth position cut/paste
  • Page 7-9 Pictured minimal pairs
  • Page 10 Same/Different Cards
  • Page 11-12 R/W Mini Center with call sheet
  • Page 13-14 L/W Mini Center with call sheet
  • Page 15-16 S/TH Mini Center with call sheet
  • Page 17 Blank mini-center
  • Page 18-20 Exit Slips

Black and White Copy:

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Isolate and pronounce initial, medial vowel, and final sounds (phonemes) in spoken single-syllable words.
Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).
Distinguish between similarly spelled words by identifying the sounds of the letters that differ.
Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sound or many of the most frequent sounds for each consonant.
Add or substitute individual sounds (phonemes) in simple, one-syllable words to make new words.
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