Final consonant deletion

Discover proven techniques to help children overcome final consonant deletion. Enhance their speech and communication skills with these practical ideas.
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In need of some quick, but effective activities for final consonant deletion? We got you covered! Keep reading for lots of ideas, activities, and best of al ...

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Christina Seefried
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Final consonant deletion is a common phonological process that is often targeted in speech therapy. The process of deleting final consonants is common until a child is three years old. After that time, it is often recommended as a speech therapy target if it is impacting the child’s intelligibility.

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Kirstine Kristensen
Our Apraxia & Articulation Cards includes print cards for practicing CVCV, CVCVCV, and CVCVCVCV words.These flashcards were designed to support your therapy plans for children with motor speech disorders such as Childhood Apraxia of Speech and articulation. Includes our prompting/cuing hierarchy for ways to support acquisition. Choose 7-10 words to target with the individual. Incorporate a “Motor Speech” approach using chosen targets. Articulation Therapy, Articulation Activities, Speech Therapy Activities, School Speech Therapy, Speech Language Pathologists, Language Activities, Speech And Language, Elementary Speech, Preschool Speech

Our Apraxia & Articulation Cards includes print cards for practicing CVCV, CVCVCV, and CVCVCVCV words.These flashcards were designed to support your therapy plans for children with motor speech disorders such as Childhood Apraxia of Speech and articulation. Includes our prompting/cuing hierarchy for ways to support acquisition. Choose 7-10 words to target with the individual. Incorporate a “Motor Speech” approach using chosen targets.

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