If you're child is working on producing the S sound appropriately, then reading books with the S sound is a great activity to do together. Reading books with your child's target sound will help give him many good models of the sound (a great auditory bombardment activity). When you're reading the book to your child, [...]
Does your child have difficulty making the /f/ sound? Does he say "pish" instead of fish? Well, if your child is over the age of 4, then this error is no longer age-appropriate. Developmentally, children between the ages of 3- and 4-years are able to say the /f/ sound consistently in conversational speech. Luckily, the /f/ sound [...]
Most children are able to appropriately produce the /g/ sound by around 4-years-old. A common substitution for /g/ is the /d/ sound. If your child is younger than 4, it is developmentally appropriately for your child to misarticulate this sound (Ex. “do” instead of go). This substitution is part of the phonological process called fronting. The /g/ [...]
By around 5-years-old your child should be able to appropriately produce the "SH" sound. This sound is heard in words like; sheet, tissue, and fish. A common substitution of this sound is /s/. For example, your child may say "seat" when attempting to produce sheet. This speech error can make it difficult to understand what your child is trying to say. [...]
Children should be able to appropriately produce the /k/ sound by around 4-years-old. A common substitution for /k/ is the /t/ sound. If your child is younger than 4, it is developmentally appropriately for your child to make this substitution (Ex. "tea" instead of key). This substitution is part of the phonological process called fronting. The /k/ sound [...]
Learn 5 great tips to help your child produce the "th" sound. Voiceless and voiced "th" word lists are also provided.
Your child should be able to appropriately produce the /s/ sound by 8-years-old. To correctly produce the /s/ sound your child's tongue should stay behind his teeth and air should blow straight through the middle of the mouth. Common Errors Lisp A lisp is when the tongue goes between the teeth for the /s/ sound (and [...]