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Here are 9 fun sentence frame worksheets to help your students practice producing words that have final consonants! On each worksheet, there is a sentence frame that contains the target final consonant. There are also 10 pictures of words that contain the same final consonant sound that can be used to fill in the blank in the sentence frame.

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Final Consonant Deletion Stuff

Final Consonant Deletion Stuff Re-Pinned by Speech, Language, Literacy Lab. See all our posts at www.pinterest.com/sl3lab

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Minimal Pairs Interactive Book: Final Consonant Deletion

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.

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Ending Sounds

Ending Sounds - Color It! (includes middle sounds worksheets for some letters) Great for Preschool and Kindergarten!

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Help Me Sound It Out- {small group games that help with phonemic awareness}

practice with ending sounds

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Short A

Beginning and ending sounds practice with short a words

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Vowels - Printables, Worksheets - Literacy - Activities

Meidal Vowels Sound Worksheets! Students practice sounding out and identifying the vowel sounds in CVC words! $

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Beginning Sounds

Beginning Sounds Cut and Paste Worksheets!! Kids match the two words with the same beginning sound, cut, and paste!

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CVC Word Cards {Write & Wipe}

Featuring 34 different CVC words and pictures each with 3 various designs. To be used with whiteboard markers or magnetic letters. 1. No sounds recorded - students record all 3 sounds 2. No middle sound recorded - students record middle sound 3. No initial letter/sound recorded - students record initial letter/sound