Are you implementing the Cycles Approach and need more activities to use in your speech therapy session and for home practice? We’ve created this activity packet so that you can use it flexibly with your cycles session and have lots of practice pages to choose from.
Print the black and white pages for easy home practice, laminate the color board games and flashcards for engaging, face-to-face therapy play, and use the Boom Cards for motivating digital practice on telehealth platforms.
⭐ This activity packet focuses on the specific target of final k for fronting. If you are targeting final s clusters in your cycle, you might be interested in the discounted bundled series containing /k/ final, /k/ initial, and /g/ initial targets ⭐
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
✅ — 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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