N to NG Minimal Pair Cards – FREEBIE


Meaningful and colorful picture contrasts for treating N to NG using the minimal pairs approach. There is no need to make your own cards to treat this less common error pattern – we have got you covered. Implement minimal pairs with confidence.

(8 customer reviews)


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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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8 reviews for N to NG Minimal Pair Cards – FREEBIE

  1. Ali W

    Thank you so much for this resource! This has been a very difficulty sound for me to target and I really appreciate you making it!

    • Rebecca Reinking (verified owner)

      You’re welcome! I’m hoping to keep making more freely available minimal pair cards 🙂

  2. usha

    thanks just what i needed

  3. Pam Starr (verified owner)

    Thanks for the great resources!

  4. Mollie

    Thank you for the great resource!

  5. Nilsa (verified owner)

    I appreciate this valuable visual to help my speech therapy client.

  6. Nilsa (verified owner)

    I appreciate this valuable visual resource.

  7. Kate

    This! I have a client with this challenge at the moment, and the visuals are essential for him to be aware of the difference. He’s a bit older and so this pattern is quite entrenched, and because it’s also normalised in some words in the outback Aussie accent, it’s been tricky to efficiently highlight the contrast. These cards for the win!

  8. Nia Michellis (verified owner)

    I have a child with CAS who just this week I brought this out for as she has almost all sounds now and multisyllables but was producing /n/ for ‘ng’ and this was impacting her literacy. So, I used these pictures alongside the motoric feedback and written words (to target speech/language & her understanding of the loss of meaning ALL AT ONCE!)
    So generous of Rebecca to have this available freely! So much time goes into resources and I am grateful for hers.

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