Monday, March 2, 2015

L-W and L-Y Minimal Pair Words

If you have been around toddlers and preschoolers you are probably familiar with "gliding." What is gliding? Gliding is a phonological process that affects the /r/ and /l/ sounds. Children with this phonological process substitute the /r/ and /l/ sounds with the /w/ or /y/ sounds.
Examples:
"yabbit" or "wabbit" for rabbit
"yion" or "wion" for lion
We made a packet with L-W and L-Y minimal pair words to bring attention to this phonological process. Please follow the instructions in the packet to help your child or student discriminate between these sounds.

Click here to download the packet: L/W and L/Y Minimal Pair Words




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