Are you looking for some engaging and interactive NO PREP minimal pair activities for the phonological pattern of GLIDING? This digital Boom Cards™ set can be used through your tablet, or as part of your teletherapy practice using your internet browser.
Students simply say their target words, “wing” or “ring” and can then drag the image across to the picture. It’s fun, meaningful, and allows your student to increase their practice trials of the target words.
⭐TRY the free Th-f Substitution set and get a feel for this series.⭐
➊ — FAMILIARIZATION: Familiarize the student with the minimal pair targets.
➋ — AUDITORY DISCRIMINATION: Use a “point to the one I say” task and then drag the target word image to the picture. There are five opportunities for each word. You can encourage multiple practices before dragging the image across if you want to increase your practice trials.
➌ — WORD TASKS: ask the child to say the word pairs. They can also tell you which picture they want to drag across and move it if they say the word correctly. If they say the word incorrectly, provide pragmatic feedback such as “Do you mean ring or wing?”
✅ — R-W minimal pairs cards (10 pair set)
✅ — L-W minimal pairs cards (10 pair set)
✅ — L-Y minimal pairs cards (6 pair set)
⭐Be prepared for your Speech Caseload! This resource is part of a money-saving Interactive Minimal Pairs BUNDLE!⭐
HOW CAN YOU USE BOOM CARDS™ IN SPEECH?
You can use most devices (computer, iPad, tablet, Smartboard, or smartphone), as long as you have an internet connection. Boom Cards™ are digital resources that your students can play in session or through teletherapy. When you download this resource, you will be directed to FREE sign-up through the Boom Learning platform where “at least a free (Starter) account is required to access purchased Boom Cards. Any account (free or paid) can access and play Boom Cards using Fast Pins.”
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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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