G Facilitative Contexts for Speech Therapy


Are you looking for that missing piece of the /g/ sound elicitation puzzle? Have you ever wondered how to find the words with the best chance of a child producing /g/ correctly and then slingshot that into treatment for a clearer G? 

Our G Facilitative Contexts product is what will help you get there. This product explains why these word contexts give our best chance of eliciting a clear /g/ sound in children, a screener, word checklists, therapy cards, and 5 high-trial practice sheets for 6 different word contexts.   

A great first step for successful /g/ sound therapy. Spend time consolidating /g/ sound productions before moving on to articulation or phonological therapy approaches. Save yourself time – everything is ready to be printed and used in your session! 


Are you struggling in therapy trying to figure out how you can help your student say the /g/ sound in words? Many SLPs don’t know about facilitative contexts and how carefully chosen target words can help facilitate and encourage a correct /g/ sound. Just imagine being able to start therapy straight away vs. being stuck at the elicitation level, getting nowhere.

Every SLP needs our G Facilitative Contexts in their toolbox!

Based on the evidence and a highly requested companion resource to the K & G Sound Handbook, the G Facilitative Contexts packet allows you to probe a child’s productions in words that give the best chance of the back of the tongue elevating to produce the /g/ sound.

➊ — Learn about facilitating a /g/ sound using different keyword contexts.
➋ — Have access to a screener to probe /g/ stimulability and guide the therapy targets you should choose that work for your student.
➌ — Provide children on your caseload with another option to elicit their best /g/ sound.
❹ — Access materials that encourage high-trial practice featuring six different facilitative contexts for the /g/ sound (includes one page of cards and five activity practice sheets/context).

Our 85-page G Facilitative Contexts packet saves you time – the hard work has been done for you. There is no need to research, generate word lists, and create your own activities. It is all in our pack. Just print and go!

✅ — Evidence-based – information about where this type of cue comes from and why the different contexts have been included
✅ — Screener for Target Selection – administer our screener to help you find the child’s best chance of producing a /g/ sound for early therapy success.
✅ — Therapy and Homework Material – help the child get high-practice trials while having fun! Featuring flashcards, check box practice sheets, stamp & say sheets, roll and say, 100 practice pages, and word lists.
✅ — Color and Black & White Pages – print and laminate the color pages for your speech room, and quickly b&w pages for home practice.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: This is a digital file and is licensed for one person to use. 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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