Smash mats have been THE most motivating activity for my students. I have been working hard to make some for almost every goal on my caseload! I have quite a few students demonstrating final consonant deletion, so I wanted to create a fun, engaging activity for them!

Final Consonant Deletion Smash Mats

Smash mats have been THE most motivating activity for my students. I have been working hard to make some for almost every goal on my caseload! I have quite a few students demonstrating final consonant deletion, so I wanted to create a fun, engaging activity for them!

Rock Chalk Speech Talk: Favorite Games for Final Consonant Deletion

As SLPs, many of us use games as general reinforcers while working on a variety of speech/language targets. A lot of times, the games may h.

SENTENCE FRAME ACTIVITY TO TARGET FINAL CONSONANT DELETION- FREEBIE! - TeachersPayTeachers.com by expressively speaking

"Activity" This is a final consonant deletion activity that could be used if the child is working at the sentence level of production. I like the colorful pictures and repetition of the target sound.

Available now as a FREEBIE!Fun way to teach and review final consonant deletion. Includes a poster to provide visual and tactile cueing!Enjoy!

Available now as a FREEBIE!Fun way to teach and review final consonant deletion. Includes a poster to provide visual and tactile cueing!Enjoy!

Final Consonant Flies-- feed flies with final consonant words on them to the frog. Free!

free final consonant deletion Anything involving "feeding" an animal is always a hit with my preschoolers in speech therapy! Final Consonant Flies is an activity for speech the.

Here is a packet to help target improving unintelligible speech. You will find a complete and thorough explanation of the Hodsons cycles approach to speech therapy along with materials to use to implement the approach. This packet targets final consonant deletion for the /p/, /t/, /k/ and /m/ phonemes.

Cycles for Phonology FCD & BONUS #cyclesforphonology

PHONOLOGY Here is a packet to help target improving unintelligible speech. Student is given book and asked to read a sentence with the specific word in it to help identify final consonant deletion for the /p/, /t/, /k/ and /m/ phonemes.

Looking for fun, visual, and tactile cues for your students who have difficulty…

CVC Final Consonant Deletion: Tactile Cards and Dot Marker Fun

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