Are you targeting Final Consonant Deletion as part of the Cycles Approach and need a high-quality packet that targets /m/, /n/, /t/, and /p/ sounds? We’ve created a packet to cover the SLPs caseload, featuring black and white pages for easy home practice, color board games and flashcards for engaging, face-to-face therapy play, and use the Boom Cards for motivating digital practice on telehealth platforms.
If you’ve been wanting a home practice and activity packet that you can use flexibly with your cycles session that also has lots of practice pages to choose from, this money-saving bundle is it!
⭐ This discounted bundle contains FOUR packets for /m/, /n/, /t/, and /p/ sounds ⭐
Download this Cycles Approach activity packet if you want:
➊ — High-quality pictures and carefully chosen words to use for cycles therapy
➋ — To save time by having one resource for all of your therapy and homework needs
➌ — Materials to support home practice (parent letter, listening lists, etc.)
➍ — A mixture of B&W, color, and digital activities that allow high practice opportunities per page
✅ — 4 sets of color + black & white pages as well as Boom Cards
✅ — Cycles Approach information pages (including primary patterns chart)
✅ — Parent letter, auditory bombardment (listening lists) calendar
✅ — Flashcards (mini + regular size) with activity ideas
✅ — Games to play (x5 varieties)
✅ — High practice pages (x7 drill practice sheets, 100 and 50 charts)
✅ — Clickable links on the Contents page to quickly find pages
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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