Are you finding minimal pairs therapy boring and need more resources to use in your therapy session? Are you feeling frustrated at the slow progress that your speech students are making, and want simple, SLP, and parent-friendly print-and-go sheets? Or do you just want more variety of home practice sheets because you KNOW your students will be on your caseload for a little while?
⭐ This resource contains TWO packets for the stopping of ‘f’. Targets include /f-p/ and /f-b/ at a dicsount ⭐
This packet was designed to help you:
➊ — Feel confident that you are giving meaningful homework using the minimal pairs approach
➋ — Save time by having one resource for all of your therapy and homework needs
➌ — Effectively communicate with parent letters and easy-to-understand homework instructions
➍ — Be able to simply take baseline and generalization data to see whether your students are making progress
➎ — Use many of the sheets in BOTH face-to-face and teletherapy practices
MAKE FASTER PROGRESS! This packet includes BOTH the error and the target sound in the worksheets so that you can always draw attention to the child’s error and use that as a teachable moment. With many worksheets requiring a high number of practice trials, you can feel confident that you are reaching your minimum amount of practice to make sufficient progress.
✅ — This packet focuses on /f-p/ and /f-b/ words in initial position
✅ — Contains eight minimal pairs for each set
✅ — EBP references and Minimal Pair therapy tips pg. 4-5
✅ — Parent letter, Minimal Pair activity ideas & cards pg. 6-8
✅ — Point & Say, Word Match & Odd One Out sheets pg. 9-11
✅ — Point & Say high practice trials pg. 12-15
✅ — Say & Draw, Word Drills, Roll & Say pg. pg. 16-18
✅ — 100 Trial pages pg. 19-22
✅ — Cut & Color sheets pg. 23-26
✅ — Word Practice sheets pg. 27-30
✅ — Baseline data collection, generalization probes & pictures pg. 31-32
Do you need more help teaching the pattern of Stopping?
⭐— Get my best-selling Teach Phonology for Stopping packet. A fun, easy-to-understand story about the phonology pattern (using “short” and “long” sounds as a cue), it includes visuals and cues for the child, as well as colorful minimal cards to form part of your permanent toolbox.
⭐— Interactive Minimal Pair Cards have been a life-saver for using over telehealth. Kids just make sense of these engaging, digital Boom Cards and enjoy the hands-on element.
❤️ 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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