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The naturalistic play activity (as part of multiple oppositions intervention) that would suit Luke's (4;3 years) interests and selected targets /ʃ, k, sl, ʧ/ would involve:

a) making insects such as caterpillars, cockroaches, and slugs with Play-Doh, taking turns to show each other the created insects, and pretending that each insect needs to chomp through cheese.
b) throwing and catching big and little balls, throwing balls through a small hoop, and balancing on a log.
c) playing with farm animals such as chickens, cows and pigs.
d) none, because you do not use naturalistic play in multiple oppositions intervention, only drill play.

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Thanks for the answer, I sent you a forum message for another one.