Articulation

Articulation refers to the way that a child produces the sounds required for speech. This is where you can find words lists, visuals for how to maintain correct placement of the articulators (tongue, lips, teeth, airflow, and voicing), and many other practice activities that target specific sounds.Check back weekly for new activities! 

The Peachie Speechie, has several wonderful articulation instructional videos for students on reminders of how to produce their speech sounds. The videos are separated by each sound. So all of the most common articulation sounds that students struggle with such as /l/, /r/, /s/, /ch/, /sh/, /k/... and many more all have their own video. Use this link to find the sound your student struggles with and practice with them at home! 
https://peachiespeechie.com/pages/peachie-speechie-videos

Looking for word lists to practice their sounds? Check our these two resources below for word lists for each consonant sound. 
http://mommyspeechtherapy.com/?page_id=55
https://www.home-speech-home.com/speech-therapy-word-lists.html