How To Elicit (Teach) the K & G Sounds {Part Two: Materials and Products for K & G}

TPT for K G

Yesterday I shared with you a TON of tips on how to elicit the K & G sounds. Today, I am sharing with you materials and products you can use to treat the K & G sounds in therapy! From books/programs to children’s books to TpT products to apps, there are a lot of fun ways to target these sounds! (This post contains Amazon Affiliate links.) Visual Aides As I went over yesterday I use the  Jumbo Mighty Mouth Hand Puppet from {Read More}

How to Elicit (Teach) the K & G Sounds {Part One: Elicitation Techniques}

Mini Tootsie Pops

Welcome to the next installment of the Eliciting Sounds Series. You can check out the other posts in this series HERE. now, let’s get started on the /k/ and /g/ sounds! (There are affiliate links in this post for your convenience) MY Tips for Eliciting the K & G Sounds Here are MY tips for eliciting the /k/ and /g/ sound that I personally have found effective: Having the child lean his head back so the tongue slides back to {Read More}

How to Elicit (Teach) the /r/ Sound {Part Two: Materials and Products for /r/}

Materials for treating the R

Yesterday I shared with you a TON of tips on how to elicit the /r/ sound. Today, I am sharing with you materials and products you can use to treat the /r/ sound in therapy! From manipulative devices to books to programs to TpT products, there are a lot of fun ways to target this sound! (This post contains Amazon Affiliate links.) Visual Aides As I mentioned yesterday, many of the books/programs that I share below have visual aides to {Read More}

How to Elicit (Teach) the /r/ Sound {Part One: Elicitation Techniques}

How to Elicit the r Sound

Oh that /r/. The DREADED /r/. This is the sound that gets so many of us SLPs all annoyed because it can be so darn hard to teach. Today, I am going to share with you MY tips for eliciting the /r/, talk about some “devices” you can use to elicit the /r/ and then we will “hear” from your fellow SLPs who weighed in on this subject as well. Then tomorrow check back for Part Two where I will share {Read More}

My Tricks to Teaching the /r/ Sound

I do love my big ol' mouth

This is a post written primarily for my fellow SLPs, however many parents may find this post interesting as well There are affiliate links to Amazon in this post for your convenience.  Oh the dreaded /r/. If you are an SLP reading this, you know what I mean. The /r/ can be SUCH a tricky sound to teach and it can take a LONG time to get a child to be able to produce it correctly. My first year working with {Read More}