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How to Teach Past Tense Verbs in Speech Therapy (With Examples)

Children experiencing language delays often struggle with applying the correct past tense to verbs when discussing events that have already occurred, which makes teaching past tense verbs in speech therapy an important focus. Instead of using the appropriate past tense form, children might default to the present tense or incorrectly form the past tense, whether […]

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teaching pronouns in speech therapy

How to Teach Pronouns in Speech Therapy

Teaching pronouns in speech therapy is crucial, as children with language delays frequently struggle with employing the correct pronouns during conversations, particularly when distinguishing between “he” and “she.” This challenge can manifest in various ways: some children may consistently use “he” or “she” regardless of the subject’s gender, others might default to “him” and “her,”

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Age of Acquisition for Different Speech Sounds

Understanding the Age of Acquisition for Different Speech Sounds

The Age of Acquisition for different speech sounds refers to the typical ages by which children are expected to produce accurately and master specific phonemes (individual units of sound) in their speech. Understanding these developmental milestones is crucial for parents, educators, and speech-language pathologists (SLPs) to identify normal speech development patterns and potential speech sound

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F sound

10 Effective Ways How to Teach the F Sound in Speech Therapy

Most children undergo a period where they may find it difficult to pronounce certain speech sounds compared to others, and the /f/ sound is no exception. Typically, a child between 3-4 years old should be able to pronounce the sound correctly. And by the time a child is in kindergarten, they should have already mastered

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y sound

7 Ways How to Teach the Y Sound in Speech Therapy

Teaching the /y/ sound in speech therapy is a journey that combines patience, understanding, and creativity. As speech therapists, our mission is to guide children through the intricate world of sounds, with the /y/ sound being a notable milestone in their speech development. This sound, often appearing simple, presents unique challenges for young learners. Its

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