Penguin Phonology

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Lauren LaCour Haines
Grade Levels
PreK - 2nd
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33 pages
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Lauren LaCour Haines


This cute winter game targets phonological processes that are commonly found in preschoolers. It focuses on final consonant deletion, fronting, cluster reduction, stopping, and medial consonants.

Kids move across an open-ended winter game board, using snowflake number cards to tell them how many spaces to move. The game board can also be used with any card deck.

To play, draw a snowflake card and move the correct number of spaces. Choose a penguin or snowball card and practice saying the word correctly. The first one to the finish line is the winner!

Game includes targets for the following phonological processes:
Final consonant deletion – 18 target cards, 18 minimal pairs
Fronting – 18 cards, 18 minimal pairs
Cluster reduction – 18 cards, 18 minimal pairs
Stopping – 18 cards, 18 minimal pairs
Medial consonant (glottal stopping) – 18 target cards

162 target cards total, 6 snowflake cards, 1 game board
Total Pages
33 pages
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