This is a simple visual and tactile cueing board for students who delete final consonants. Have the student place their finger on the start sign as they start to say the word. As they say it, they will slide their finger down the green line and then tap the red circle at the end (while producing the final consonant).
Here is a packet to help target improving unintelligible speech. You will find a complete and thorough explanation of the Hodsons cycles approach to speech therapy along with materials to use to implement the approach. This packet targets final consonant deletion for the /p/, /t/, /k/ and /m/ phonemes.
This interactive book works on reduction of the phonological process of Final Consonant Deletion in a fun and silly way. This book uses minimal pairs and silly pictures to teach students that omitting the final sound of the word completely changes the meaning.
Target the phonological error of final consonant deletion, step by step with engaging pictures and interactive activities! Practice final consonants /m,p,b,k,g,t,d/ at the word, utterance, or sentence levels. For example: “drum” or “drum in frame” or “The drum is in the frame.”