The phonological process of stopping for ‘f’ is usually remediated by the age of 3;0 years. But for those children who still persist and call a ‘fishy’ a ‘bishy’, these 2 worksheets may come in handy. The worksheets each contain 12 animals that have lost their feet! The child can draw them on (on paper or using an iPad) after they have said the word ‘feet’.
Download now: Stopping Feet Sheet 1 and Stopping Feet Sheet 2
PHONOLOGY: Print or draw a picture of a beet (as in a beetroot) if your child is stopping their /f/ for /b/. If they say ‘feet’ let them draw some feet on an animal. If they say ‘beet’, then give them the picture of a beet and say something like ‘Beet? Why did you want the beet? I thought we were going to draw some fffffffeet on the animals. If you want to draw some feet, say ‘feet’.
ARTICULATION: This activity can also be used to target the ‘f’ sound if the child does not present with a phonological error.