Help students develop their listening skills and produce correct speech patterns with these fun minimal pairs cards! Minimal pairs are pairs of words that differ by only one sound (such as “beach” and “peach”).Minimal pairs are often used in the treatment of phonological process disorders.
Silly Sets 2 has 100 illustrated minimal pair picture cards to show children how changing one sound in a word can affect the meaning of an entire sentence – often with silly results! Silly Sets 2 targets five different phonological processes, including Gliding, Stridency Deletion, Initial Consonant Deletion, Prevocalic Voicing, and Postvocalic Devoicing.
Silly Sets 2: Minimal Pairs for Maximum Progress:
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- 100 full-color, illustrated cards (3" x 5") that are easy for small hands to hold
- Color-coded cards for easy sorting by phonological process
- Content and game idea cards
- Packaged in a sturdy storage box