Final Consonant Deletion using Multiple Oppositions

$6.00

Do you have a child who has system-wide final consonant deletion? Are many of their final sounds left off? You may want to consider the multiple oppositions approach, and this product is designed to save you time. Contrast your child’s error of omitting a final sound with up to 3-5 meaningful contrasts to help achieve system-wide phonological change and save time working on each sound individually. Pictures are child-friendly, colorful, and familiar to young children. A great place to start for treating final consonant deletion with a multiple oppositions approach.

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Description

There are different therapy approaches that you can use to teach final consonants for children who exhibit final consonant deletion. This packet takes a multiple oppositions approach where you will be contrasting the child’s error with up to 3 to 5 different contrasts. The goal of using multiple pairs (or contrasts) is that we can create more widespread and faster changes to the child’s speech sound system vs. teaching one pair at a time. With 28 different sets to choose from, you have a LOT of options for treating final consonants.

e.g., moo vs. mood, moose, moon
tea vs. teeth, tease, teach, team
bee vs. beep, bead, bees, beach, bean

DOWNLOAD THIS RESOURCE IF YOU WANT TO:
❶ — Use an evidence-based approach to treating final consonant deletion
❷ — Want guidance on choosing a variety of speech sound target options
❸ — Have a set of high-quality color and B&W cards and pictures
❹ — List of simple therapy activities to use with the materials

As with most of our resources, you will also find additional information to help you feel more confident using this packet. We’ve included frequently asked questions (“Do I use all of the words in this pack?” and “How do you say these in therapy?”), charts and word lists to help you choose your targets and activity ideas.

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CONTENTS:
✅ — Frequently asked questions on using this approach
✅ — Target selection chart and word list
✅ — Activities to use with the materials
✅ — 3 pair contrast cards (8 sets, e.g., moo vs. mood, moose, moon)
✅ — 4 pair contrast cards (8 sets, e.g., tea vs. teeth, tease, teach, team)
✅ — 5 pair contrast cards (12 sets e.g., bee vs. beep, bead, bees, beach, bean)
✅ — Both color and black and white options are available
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WHAT SLPS ARE SAYING:

“I just used this with a student that I’ve been working on final consonants with for a long time with many different strategies. This finally made it click. He had so much success with final consonants with one session with this strategy and these materials.”

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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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2 reviews for Final Consonant Deletion using Multiple Oppositions

  1. Alexandria S.

    Coming up with multiple opposition sets on your own is sooo tough, this resource is amazing! I love the variety of initial consonants so you can pick the set that works best for each student.

  2. Stacy-Ann D.

    This is the resource I didn’t know I needed! I had never used a multiple oppositions approach for final consonant deletion before find this resource! I love having another approach in my toolbox and this resource makes it so easy to implement. I appreciate the thoughtful target selection and clear visuals.

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