Minimal Pairs Pictures Worksheet: Similar Sounding Word

Last Updated: May 16, 2018

Minimal Pairs Pictures Worksheet

If you’re teaching English as a Second Language (ESL), there are some unique sounds that can be difficult for cultures to speak. For example, this includes the /r/, /l/ and /th/ sound.

One way to practice these sounds is by using minimal pairs, which are two similar sounding words that differ in only one phonological element. This means that one of your biggest asset is how well you can pronounce the sounds of English.

In the minimal pairs pictures activity, students have to circle the word they hear. As with all minimal pair worksheets in this list, this focuses on identifying similar sounds. Finally, go through each sound by repeating the sounds.

Minimal Pairs Pictures Worksheet

  • Mouth/Mouse
  • Thumb/Sum
  • Sing/Thing
  • Rocker/Locker
  • Fan/Van
  • Math/Mass
  • Bent/Vent
  • Shell/Sell

Related Minimal Pairs Worksheets

If you need more minimal pairs worksheets, see our free printable activity sheets below.

All of our worksheets are free to use for any purpose and ready to print for your classroom.

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