Daily Archives: August 27, 2011

Favorite speech therapy toys

What are my favorite speech therapy toys?  Search under the speech therapy toys page to find a list of toys that I enjoy using during therapy.  I just added the game LUCKY DUCKS to the list.  This game is great for … Continue reading

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How to teach straw drinking

When your little one is ready to transition from bottle or breast to a cup……I have some suggestions.   A regular sip-cup promotes the same forward tongue movement that a bottle does……..which can promote a child to have a lisp….using a … Continue reading

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How to teach diphthongs?

  What is a diphthong?  Diphthongs are considered single phonemes, each having a sequence of two different vowel positions.  One of the positions is the dominant nucleus (sometimes called the radical) with greater duration; the other position, the glide (or … Continue reading

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What is a diphthong?

  What is a diphthong?  Diphthongs are considered single phonemes, each having a sequence of two different vowel positions.  One of the positions is the dominant nucleus (sometimes called the radical) with greater duration; the other position, the glide (or … Continue reading

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How to teach the B sound

  I just updated under the articulation page strategies for the B sound.  When teaching the B sound be sure to use  two very important cues.  When your little one is shown the physical cue and feels the tactile cue she will have an … Continue reading

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