51 CVCV Spanish apraxia or articulation flashcards.
This resource was designed for Spanish-dominant students with severe to profound apraxia. All 51 targets were selected using consonant stop sounds: /p/, /b/, /t/, /d/, /k/ and /g/, and are presented with two CV syllable dots below the pictures representing each target word. Targets were selected for consistency in following the CVCV pattern with accent on the initial syllable and do not contain nasals (i.e., /m/, /n/, "ñ"), fricatives (i.e., /f/, /s/, /x/), the /l/ sound, the tap or trill /r/ sounds, or the affricate "ch" sound.
Please note, I included words with /b/, /d/, and /g/ in the consonant position of the second syllable even though the allophone for these phonemes would be produced closer to a voiced approximate (for /b/ and /g/) or fricative (for /d/) when produced intervocalically because my students with severe to profound apraxia need syllable work and including these words increases the total number of targets we can practice.
Print in color and laminate for durability. Multiple sets of cards can be combined to incorporate into additional motor speech planning activities to practice sequencing sounds in syllables across familiar words.