Minimal Pairs Fronting/Backing, Gliding

Minimal Pairs
Minimal Pairs
Minimal Pairs
Minimal Pairs
Minimal Pairs
Minimal Pairs



Minimal Pairs fronting/backing, gliding for developing sound awareness skills; helping children identify phonological process contrasts. Supplements minimal pair therapy in clinic, and activities in home and school.

For more information see below.

This revised Minimal Pairs pack includes an extensive bank of colour illustrations which target the most common phonological processes of fronting/backing, gliding.

Minimal pairs are pairs of words which differ in only one phonological element, either a consonant or vowel. For example fox/box; stop/top; light/white; pin/pan

Speech and Language therapists use minimal pairs therapy as an essential element of their practise, to develop a child’s awareness of an error pattern in their speech sound system by highlighting the semantic confusion his/her error can cause.

Aim: Use to develop sound awareness skills; help children identify process contrasts, minimal pairs therapy.

Age Range: Foundation Stage – KS 1+, 4years – 7years+.

Curriculum Targets: Letters and sounds; P scale; Early Years Foundation Stage. Assessment Scales:KS1 English.

An essential resource for working on phonological processes with children up to KS2.

Format: PDF file with 5 pages of instructions, 2 pages of extra pairs and sentences, 14 pages of colour illustrations with black and white duplicates (35 pages in total). Available as a download, 27.7 MB or on CD.

Ref: PIP1-2


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