Sunday, October 6, 2013

Squash the Spider, Don't Spill the Cider!



I originally designed this as a minimal pairs game for a student that omitted the adjacent consonants in /s/ blends.  We would turn all the items face down and swat on our turn to see if we had squashed a "sPider" or spilled the "cider."  He loved it!  

You can also use this with a wide variety of /s/ blend vocabulary such as:  spider, squash, spill, smush, smash, swat, squish, splat or smack.  For kiddos working on simple expressive language, try "boo" when you hit a spider and "uh-oh" when you spill the cider.

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