Day: March 25, 2022

Making Articulation Practice Fun!

When you say, “Time to do your speech homework,” do your kids hide under the kitchen table? Offer to do chores instead? Homework, or home practice, in speech therapy for articulation can be enjoyable. Home practice can be so much more than flashcard drills. These are ideas for practicing sounds: Before you get started: Know your child’s current therapy goals. Pick a sound (like /r/, /s/, /l/) or a group of sounds (velars, /k,g/). If you are not sure, contact your SLP for a therapy update. Use the picture cards and practice pages your therapist has sent home or make your own simple cards. Ways to play: Cut apart the picture cards. Hide them around a dark room. Turn off

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