Final Consonant Deletion

Friday, May 10, 2013
Happy Friday and Day #5 of Phonological Process Week! Another phonological process that I see very often is final consonant deletion.
 Quick review, 
Final Consonant Deletion 
is when the last sound in a word is left off. 
For example, the word seed is produced "see."
This seems to be very common with little ones in conversational speech. They often drop sounds at the end of their words which makes their speech very hard to understand. 
I created this 14 page activity for my kiddos that demonstrate final consonant deletion. This pack includes a total of 78 cards (39 minimal pairs) that you can use as flashcards or practice in a game. There are images to go along with the word on the cards so the little ones can use this activity easily. Below are some examples from the packet. 

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18 comments

  1. Final consonant deletion is one of the processes I target most often.

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  2. Final consonant deletion is the one I target the most!

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  3. I work on FCD and gliding the most!

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  4. I work on final consonant deletion, fronting, and cluster reduction most frequently :)

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  5. FCD is the process that is most prevalent on my caseload!

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  6. Final Consonant deletion and fronting!

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  7. As an SLP in a school, I work on fronting, deaffrication and FCD every day!

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  8. Stopping and Fronting are everywhere this year!

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  9. Final consonant deletion is a process I often target!

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  10. Final consonant deletion, consonant clusters, and vowel substitutions (Not sure about SLP terminology, but this is how we refer to these common ESL phonological processes.)

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  11. Final consonant deletion, fronting, and stopping.

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