Is your child struggling with final consonant deletion? I have 5 fun Final Consonant Deletion Activities that are just what you need. I have included final consonant deletion minimal pairs for 8 letters / sounds that are perfect for final consonant deletion speech therapy. These activities for final consonant deletion can be used in one binder for easy access. You could also easily store them separately.
About our Final Consonant Deletion Activities
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This product includes:
- 83 pages total
- Each activity focuses on 8 letters: /d/, /f/, /k/, /m/, /n/, /p/, /s/, /t/
- 5 Final Consonant Deletion (FCD) Activities
- Final Consonant Deletion Minimal Pairs
- FCD Sort and Read
- I Spy Final Consonants
- Ending Sound Sort
- FCD Spin and Cover
- Binder Cover
A look at each activity:
1. Final Consonant Deletion Minimal Pairs
This activity works on combining open and closed words. An open word ends in a vowel sound, like ‘row’. A closed word ends in a consonant sound, like ‘road’. We start by combining these words to help children hear the difference between the words. This activity includes 2 pages per letter: /d/, /f/, /k/, /m/, /n/, /p/, /s/, /t/.
2. Final Consonant Deletion Read and Sort
Children will say the name of the Final Consonant Deletion Cards and place them in the focus square to complete the sentence. They will then read the words that end with the same focus letter. This activity has a cute envelope to store the pictures in. I recommend using a reading pointer or something similar. Children love using hands-on materials.
3. I Spy Final Consonants
Who doesn’t love a good I Spy game? Children will find the words in the word bank and cover them with bingo chips / pom poms / snap cubes, etc. They will say the name of the picture 3 times when they cover it. This helps them to focus on the final consonant sound. To work on fine motor skills at the same time, use tweezers to cover the words with pom poms.
4. Ending Sound Sort
This activity helps children distinguish between words that start with the same sounds and words that don’t. I have included 3 words that start with the focus letter/sound and 3 that don’t. As they sort the pictures, they say the name of each one, focusing on the ending sound.
5. Final Consonant Deletion Spin and Cover
Children love using spinners for activities. It makes it more of a game for them. They will say and cover the words that the spinner lands on. There are four pictures per card that target the focus sound.
I created this product for everything to be kept in one easily accessible binder. You could also laminate or print on card stock.
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