If you would like more information on what articulation therapy is you might like to read a post I have written called Teaching Speech Sounds: The Process of Traditional Articulation Therapy .
Parents: If you are a mommy or a daddy (or grandma or grandpa) who wants to work with your child at home, you can use these speech therapy activity pages for extra practice.
The benefit to using printable handouts as a speech therapy tool, (other than the price), is that you can find worksheets that treat a specific issue of speech therapy or articulation disorder.
For example, you can work specifically on the sound of /r/, if that is the only area where your child needs help.
I’ve never seen kids so excited about homework before.
Another benefit I noticed this fall is that my students came back to school and were able to remember what their goals were from last year! You can download a free homework sample using the link below.
Or, help your child recognize the sounds that vowels make.
We continue to learn from you, so we encourage you to share your best sites and printable sources, so that we can all have access to this helpful information.
And, as we continue to emphasize, these are not a substitute for proper evaluation and treatment from an SLP.
These handouts are purely to provide your child with hands-on resources for improving articulation, language building and increased literacy at home and to help build a foundation for correct speech patterns and comprehension.