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.