Vowel Cards for Australian English

$8.00

Vowel therapy cards that are correct and useful can be hard to come by. Designed to save time for busy SLPs, these engaging vowel cards contain sound cues and high-frequency, one-syllable (where possible) target words to help treat vowel distortions or as part of your motor speech therapy for Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS). Phonetic transcription symbols (HCE System) are included so you can brush up on your transcription skills while saving time on therapy preparation. 

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Description

Have you ever had a child with vowel errors, and you didn’t have any resources to help? Do you have students with Childhood Apraxia of Speech or general vowel distortions who need some engaging and colourful cue cards specifically for Australian English Vowel sounds?

DOWNLOAD THIS RESOURCE IF YOU WANT:
➊ — Have fast access to quality vowel cards featuring high-frequency words
➋ — Provide children on your caseload with cues they will understand for learning and discriminating vowel sounds
➌ — Use cards that contain both phonetic transcription (e.g., /i:/) using the Harrington, Cox, and Evans (HCE) symbols and easy-to-understand pronunciation guides (e.g., “ee”)

VOWEL SOUNDS IN THIS DECK:
Vowels include: /i:/, /I/, /e/, /æ/, /e:/, /ɐ:/, /ə/, /ɜ:/, /ʉ:/, /ɐ/, /ʊ/, /o:/, /ɔ/, /ɑe/, /æɔ/, /oɪ/, /æɪ/, /əʉ/ and /ɪə/.

WHAT ARE THE CUES?
We are so proud of the fun cues that are contained in this deck!
Watch this 3-minute video to learn all of the different vowel cues you can teach your clients.

To make the most out of this resource, we suggest printing b&w copies for homework to use with games or colour in. You can also print on coloured card stock or print in colour and laminate, so you always have access to a set of vowel word and cue cards.

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CONTENTS:
✅ — Articulation word cards covering 19 Australian English Vowels
✅ — 12 cards for each vowel sound
✅ — Total of 228 flashcards
✅ — 19 Vowel Cue Cards to help support the child (e.g., the “smiley sound” for /i:/ and the “doctor sound” for /ɐ:/)
✅ — The HCE system of transcription used for the Australian English vowels
✅ — The resource comes in both colour and black and white
✅ — Clickable links on the Contents page to quickly find pages
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
This is a digital file and is licensed for one person to use. Upon purchase, you will receive a link to download the product. Printing and assembly of the product may be required. For more information about single-person use, please refer to our Terms of Use.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.

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4 reviews for Vowel Cards for Australian English

  1. Tania S.

    AMAZING. It has been difficult to find beautifully designed and easy to use AUSTRALIAN resources for vowels. Thank you for such a comprehensive package. My clients have loved engaging with them. It has been a significant time saver and worth every cent! I highly recommend any of AISP resources to Australian Speech Pathologists.

  2. Sue W.

    Another fabulous resource by Adventures in Speech Pathology. These cards have been perfect to contrast and clean up some of those vowel distortions that occasionally pop up in the caseload. Definitely a must have in the resource cupboard.

  3. Alison C.

    I like that these vowel cards represent the Australian vowel sounds. I’ve found them particularly beneficial for my students with suspected CAS.

  4. Emily B.

    I love these visuals and how many pictures there are for each vowel sound. I used adventures in speech pathology vowel chart initially and then used this for specific vowels to increase trials.

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