Have your little ones do a high-ten every time they produce a word-initial s blend, produce all the s blends, or produce a specified number of each s blend. They can give you high-tens and/or the hands on the sheet high-tens. They can also use
Use this PCG to get your clients or students to practice their /r/ and /ɔr/ sounds at sentence level or in structured conversation! I've loved dinosaurs since I was a kid and so do many of my young clients--we had loads of fun. This is creative way
Tongue twisters are motivating, fun to repeat, and often spoken rhythmically. This makes them well-suited for targeting speech sound production, sequencing of sounds within syllables or syllables within words, and suprasegmental or prosodic features
My hand-drawn diagram to help you to explain speech breathing to your voice, fluency, and motor speech clients. Explain speech movements to your articulation/phonology clients. Explain nasal regurgitation and aspiration to your swallowing clients.
A host of terrifically fun activities to use with your flashcards! XD. Don't worry about running out of ideas and take the thought out of it. All games, except "Go Fish", begin at single word level production, and many have instructions for phrase