Minimal Pairs – Final Consonant Deletion – T(V)T and T(V)P
Here are some more free printable PECs-type cards targeting Final Consonant Deletion. These are words that start with T and end with a long vowel paired with the same T and long vowel but ending with a T or a P.
Use these cards as flash cards, playing cards, a memory/concentration game or print them and make a lotto game out of them.
Members can access an editable version of these cards at www.mrsriley.com here: http://mrsriley.com/app/#fileID=57668.
With as much success as Noah has had since his speech therapist introduced him to minimal pairs, I wanted to share some materials with you to try with your kiddos. This is a set of 10 PEC-style cards, that’s 5 minimal pairs. These are words that start with b and end with a long vowel or long vowel and then t: boo and boot, bay and bait, bee and beet, bow and boat and buy and bite.
Minimal Pairs – b- and b-t
A few suggestions on how to use them -
1. Keep the boards intact and point to each picture as your child says it. Ideally, try to get 3 word productions for each picture. The next best thing would be to get one word production on the first word in the pair and three on the second.
2. Cut the cards into sets keeping each pair intact. Place the cards face down in front of your child in a stack, have him turn over a card and say the words (see #1 for procedure). Offer a motivator such as a whistle to blow or a bell to ring for every set completed.
3. Cut the cards apart and use them to make a memory (concentration) – type game.
These are just very basic ideas on how to use these. I’d love to hear from the speech therapists out there and mommys too who have some more creative ways to use cards like these.
Reciting Scripture is a great way to introduce memory skills to your children. Noah (5-DS) is enjoying AWANA Cubbies so much, and he is using PEC cards to recite his Scripture along with his group.
Here is AWANA Cubby Bear Hug 5 Genesis 1 31.
Here is the link to the first post of AWANA Cubby Bear Hug cards and directions for using them: http://wordsofhisheart.wordpress.com/2012/09/08/awanas-newest-cubby/
Don’t forget these also work well for older kids, with or without special needs. Just cut them up and have your child put them back in the right order.
Disclaimer: These cards are in no way endorsed by AWANA. They are just this momma’s way of helping her little boy and other’s like him hide God’s word in His heart.
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