6 Easy Tips to Produce /G/ Sound

6 Easy Tips to Help Your Child Produce the /G/ 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/ [...]

Free Activities to Practice Pronouns He/She

2 Free Activities to Practice Pronouns (He/She)

Many children with language delays/disorders demonstrate difficulty appropriately using the subject pronouns of he and she. Some children may only use "he" or may only use "she" regardless of gender. By 4-years-old this grammatical error is no longer age-appropriate. Before practicing the appropriate use of he and she, make sure your child understands the difference [...]

5 tips to produce "sh"

5 Easy Tips to Produce “SH”; Plus “SH” Word Lists

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. [...]

10 Fun Ways to Practice Language Skills at the Park

10 Fun Ways to Work on Language Skills at the Park

Now that the weather is nicer and warmer, it is great to get outside with your child and enjoy some fresh air. There are so many ways to incorporate language skills when playing outside with your child. Continue reading for 10 fun ideas to try out with your child. 10 ways to work on language skills [...]

6 tips to produce /k/

6 Easy Tips to Produce the /K/ Sound and; Free /K/ Activity

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 [...]