I’m so excited for Up, Up, & Away Phonology! The general concept might look familiar…I have sets for Up, Up, & Away Articulation, as well as Up, Up, & Away Language. I really love these because it is easy “grab & go” therapy materials. The colors are bright and engaging, my kids love it! Plus, you don’t need dice…need I say more?! So we dive into phonological processes, I included the 5 most popular responses I got on the FB poll: Final Consonant Deletion, Stopping, Weak Syllable Reduction, Fronting, and Consonant Cluster Reduction.
-Final consonant deletion cards include 35 minimal pairs, with words and pictures.
-Fronting cards include 35 minimal pairs to target /k, g, sh, ch/…although the majority are /k, g/. Both initial and final positions are used. Each card has words with pictures.
-Stopping cards include 35 minimal pairs to target /f, s, sh, ch, j, v/ in the initial position with words and pictures
-Cluster reduction includes 35 minimal pairs to target /s, r, l/ blends in the initial position of words with words and pictures.
-Multisyllabic words includes 47 cards to work on 2, 3, and 4 syllable words. Each card has one picture and one word.
As requested by some of you, I have made these available in my TPT store two ways…you can download the entire collection OR the separate processes that you need for your caseload. Of course, if you buy the bundled set, you will save…it’s like getting one of the decks for free. The pricing on the bundle is a little higher than anything else I sell, and I am sure I will get some questions about that. First, this took an incredible amount of effort to create. I had to look up and download each and every picture, plus I have to maintain graphics licensure to share the pictures. I hope that you understand and find that it is worth it! I tried to give you guys exactly what you wanted, plus this is something that you can use year round, for years to come 🙂 I know I can’t wait to use it with my students! Click on the links below to find what you need in my store:
I would love to hear what you think, so don’t forget to leave me a comment!