This packet includes 5 activity packets to help you target the following Phonological Processes: final consonant deletion, fronting, stopping, syllable reduction, and cluster reduction. Save $3.50 by purchasing this bundle instead of each activity separately!
Final Consonant Deletion: A Minimal Pairs Pack
This activity includes 39 pairs of cards to target final consonant deletion. Each pair includes the word and a picture to go with the word.
Some examples include:
Bee and Beach
Bow and Boat
Weigh and Wake
Pie and Pipe
Fronting: A Minimal Pairs Pack
Use this packet as flash cards or as a game with students who use the phonological process- fronting.
Page 3: Fronting Game Board
Unlimited Uses! Suggested use:
Have students roll a dice and move across the board. Students practice the target they land on.
Page 4-7 Initial k/t minimal pairs
Page 8-13 Final k/t minimal pairs
Page 14-17 Initial g/d minimal pairs
Page 18-21 Final d/g minimal pairs
Page 22 Left blank to make your own cards!
Use this activity to target multisyllabic words. This activity would be great for students targeting articulation, phoneme omission, syllable reduction, and many more!
Have students choose a card a decide how many syllables are in the word. The students sort the cards into syllable circus tents.
Page 3: 2 Syllable Circus Tent
Page 4: 3 Syllable Circus Tent
Page 5: 4 Syllable Circus Tent
Page 6-9: 2 syllable words
Page 10-13: 3 syllable words
Page 14-17: 4 syllable words
Page 18: Extra Turn cards
This activity includes words that contain stops and words that contain fricatives in the initial and final positions so the student can practice both types of sounds.
Page 3: Game Board
Page 4-15 Stop sound cards including: /p, b, t, d, k, g/ in the initial and final positions. Use these cards to practice these sounds in the right context.
Page 16-29: Fricative sound cards including: /s, z, f, v,/ “sh” “th” /h/ and “zh”
Page 30-32 : 24 fill in the blank/ answer the question cards with a fricative target word as the answer. For example, “Where does a bear live? A) cave B) cape
Page 33: extra playing cards for the game Have your student practice their target word then move across the game board.
Cluster Reduction Rodeo
This activity is designed to be used with students that demonstrate the phonological process of cluster reduction. Cluster reduction is defined as the simplification of a cluster by deleting one of it’s sounds. For example, the word school may be produced, “kool”
This activity includes:
1. A game board
2. Bonus game cards
3. Cluster targets at the word level for S, R, L
4. Blank cards to create your own targets