S to F Minimal Pair Cards – FREEBIE


Meaningful and colorful picture contrasts for treating S to F 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.

(9 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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9 reviews for S to F Minimal Pair Cards – FREEBIE

  1. Ivona

    Great resources

  2. Navnit

    It really helpful

  3. aoife

    These resources are excellent, they have helped so many kids on my caseload !

  4. aoife

    Thank you Rebecca for the amazing work you do for speech sound disorders

  5. Pam Starr (verified owner)

    I loved the webinar, thanks!

    • Rebecca Reinking (verified owner)

      Thanks for watching, I hope that the cards help!

  6. Cortney Varzandeh

    This course was awesome and I am so excited to get started with the ideas I learned here!

  7. Katie Henry

    Just what I was looking for!

  8. KBaker

    I use this resource with many children who have a learned pattern of ‘s’ for ‘f’ (e.g., ‘sone’ for ‘phone’). I have noticed these children also tend to have the voiced pair pattern of ‘z’ for ‘v’ (e.g., ‘haz’ for ‘have’). I know you are super busy always adding to your resources. If I could add to your long list of requested materials, minimal pairs z/v would be helpful.

  9. Autumn Henley

    Thanks for this! This is what I needed.

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