The phonological process of stopping is when a person
substitutes a stop sound (b, p, d, t, g, k)
for a fricative sound (s, z, f, v, th, h, sh, and zh).
This activity includes words that contain stops and words that contain fricatives in the initial and final positions. The purpose of including both is so the student can practice both types of sounds in the correct context. Use these cards as flash cards for drill type therapy or use them in a game. A game board is included. Have your students practice target words or answer questions (both included) as they move across the game board.
Page 3: Game Board
Have your student practice their target word
then move across the game board.
Page 4: Bonus playing cards for the game
(extra turn, go back 1 space)
Page 5-8: 24 Multiple Choice Question Cards
On each card, a fricative target word as the answer.
Where does a bear live?
A) cave B) cape
Page 9-20: 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 21-34: Fricative sound cards including: /s, z, f, v,h/ “sh” “th” and “zh”
Page 35: Card Deck Covers