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SLPs often ask me to recommend materials for teaching the R sound. So here is a helpful list...
Dwight is right. The R sound can be menacing! But trust me, you can learn to love the challenge of treating R errors as much as I do! In this blog post, I’m going to share my general outline for R therapy and some of the resources you can use to make it a successful experience.
A lateral S (also called a lateral lisp) is easily recognized due to the slushy, wet sound. Let’s start by looking at what happens in the mouth when you produce an accurate S sound and compare that to what happens when you produce a lateral S. Then I'll share my favorite methods for success!
If you haven’t tried speech motor chaining with your R students, I highly recommend you keep reading! Chaining is a treatment approach during which you build on pre-trained sounds, gradually increasing the complexity of speech movements...
The holiday season is here and SLPs everywhere are just trying to make it to Christmas break. Let me save you a little planning time with these festive downloadable activities.

October is here and I’ve got a list of festive activities for your speech therapy sessions! I hope you like these suggestions for a festive, spooky October in speech therapy! 

Here’s a tip for making your speech therapy sessions extra fun: use a magnifying glass!
When I teach the CH sound, I call it a “burst of air”. It can be difficult for students to visualize this, and that’s where the water bottle comes in. I explain...
Hey SLPs! Here’s a little trick for eliciting the R sound. All you need is a tongue depressor!