Phonological errors are errors which children make when learning new vocabulary. Every sound has an age range within which it is expected that these errors may be made. With gentle correction these errors should spontaneously improve, however beyond the specified ages the child will require therapy to correct.
Attached is a list of errors for your classroom to monitor any errors your children may be making. If you have concerns with the overall progress of speech and language or the child's speech is delayed, it is essential that you speak to the parents and encourage that they seek Speech Therapy for their child.
A delay in speech can lead to delayed language development and literacy development, which may lead to delay in learning and overall outcomes.