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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).


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Targeting Final Consonant Deletion Through Play - Activity Tailor. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at for therapy resources.


How to Use for Phonological Therapy: This fun game can be used for phonological therapy to eliminate phonological processes like Final Consonant Deletion. You can use this game to work on auditory discrimination or spoken production at the single word level. I also show you how to adapt this for children who need a little more