Sunday, September 15, 2013

Silly Sets {Review and Giveaway}

 If you're working with preschool children or younger elementary students with phonological disorders, today's product review is just for you! Silly Sets is a new Super Duper product. Silly Sets: Minimal Pairs for Maximum Progress Card Deck is developed by  Kim Patterson, M.S., CCC-SLP and Rynette Kjesbo, M.S., CCC-SLP. I've reviewing the product today and hosting a giveaway too! So stick with me and enter below!

The Minimal Pairs approach to phonological disorders pairs two words with only one sound difference together. The Silly Set cards include 100 illustrated minimal pairs. Each card has an illustration on one side. The back side includes sentences with minimal pairs. For example, "Kim wore a pretty dress." and "Tim wore a pretty dress."

The silly factor will definitely get your students laughing. Changing the meaning will really get your students attending to their sound. 

The cards include the following processes: Cluster Reduction, Fronting, Stopping and Final Consonant Deletion.
Pros: I love that it includes a cheat sheet page that tells the different pairs included. The cards are also color coded for easy use.

Cons: The set only includes 4 different processes. I'd love if they included a second set with other processes.

You can purchase Silly Sets through Super Duper Pub. for $21.95. Enter to win your free copy below!

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Disclaimer: I was provided a copy of this item for review. No other compensation was provided and these opinions are mine!