Speech Sound Development

Most children produce errors in their speech as they learn to say new words. A speech sound disorder (articulation disorder) occurs when these errors persists past a certain age. Each sound has a different age range for when it should be correctly produced. By the age of 8, children should be able to correctly produce […]

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Stuttering Strategies for Preschool Age Children

It is not uncommon for children to have dysfluencies in their speech.  They may exhibit pauses, interjections (e.g., “um um um”), prolongations (e.g., “hhhhhello”), and repetitions (e.g., “h-h-h-hello”) at some point during their preschool years.  Most preschool age children, (approximately greater than 70%) will spontaneously recover from stuttering. There are many strategies that should be […]

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Welcome to iBlog Teacher Websites Sites. This is your brand new classroom website.  There are some things you should do to get started.  Hopefully you have been following the Getting Started Tutorials and Step Sheets. It is important that you edit your profile so that you can choose your school and grade level as this will […]

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