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See below for resources to help your child practice their speech sounds at home.
SLP Mister Clay makes it easy to practice with these video word lists. Find your sound and get started!
Check out these free articulation work sheets!
TPT favorite Natalie Snyders has some great suggestions for targeting speech sounds at home!
The Sounds of Speech website provides a comprehensive understanding of how each of the speech sounds of American English, Spanish, and German are formed.
Phonological processes are patterns of sound errors that typically developing children use to simplify speech as they are learning to talk.
Use this resource to work on the "k" sound.
Use this silly sock activity to practice "S" in word-initial position.
SLP Nicolette Contella offers FREE posters with a visual for how each speech sound is made.
Practice your sounds in the initial word position with these fun, FREE board games!