Gliding of L Clusters Minimal Pair Cards – FREEBIE

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Check out our high-quality FREEBIE for treating Gliding of mixed L Clusters with minimal pairs. Make the contrasts meaningful to the children you work with using these colorful pictures so they understand the phonological rule you are teaching. Materials for treating less common or remaining phonological error patterns can be hard to find – don’t waste time making your own!

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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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7 reviews for Gliding of L Clusters Minimal Pair Cards – FREEBIE

  1. Asuka Endo

    Thank you for the minimal pairs webinar! Very practical!

    • Rebecca Reinking (verified owner)

      Thanks for watching!

  2. Patricia

    Thank you all these great ideas!

  3. Carol Kapusta

    This was extremely helpful

  4. Carol Kapusta

    Excellent resource

  5. Carol Kapusta

    This is great

  6. Pam Starr (verified owner)

    Great information, thanks!

  7. danielle lopez (verified owner)

    These have been great for my 3rd grade student to really understand the idea behind minimal pairs as we work on his pattern of gliding!

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