Looking for minimal pairs activities for winter speech therapy? Look no further! I’m excited to show you all the fun activities that are inside the January Phonology on the Fly packet!
This resource along with all of my phonology materials can be found inside The Speech is Sweet Club!
Each packet features a variety of activities – games, interactive notebook activities, worksheets, and more! Let’s peek inside:
Snowmen make everything more fun! Students can match up the minimal pairs with these puzzles! These can be added into an interactive notebook or they can stand alone – just glue them onto a piece of construction paper to make a craft!
These petals feature target words for practice! You can lift each petal and write a phrase underneath or a sentence. If your students are not yet writing, they can just copy the word or draw a picture. You can also have students write the word’s minimal pair underneath.
Color by Word Activity
These sheets are super fun! They feature winter-themed items on them. These worksheets are also great to send home for homework!
Cut and Paste Pairs
I love color, cut, and glue activities! In this activity, students cut out the pairs and glue them onto their match.
These Spin-Go games feature polar bears – perfect for winter-themed speech therapy! Students spin the spinner with a paperclip & pencil and then find the minimal pair and practice their target!
Each Phonology on the Fly packet addresses initial consonant deletion, final consonant deletion, velar fronting (/k, g/), palatal fronting (/sh/), backing (/t, d/), stopping (/f, v, s/), cluster reduction (/s/ blends), gliding (/l, r/), deaffrication (/ch, j/), and pre-vocalic voicing/de-voicing.
Where can you find this packet?! There are three options:
Want more information about Phonology on the Fly? Check out this blog post!