Speech therapy articulation

my son is 4 but is still at the hard to sit still long stage..he was as you describe your boy as being…
I use an egg timer for word time and although we have 4 different words sounds to practice we usually do one or 2 and then go we’ll do 10-15 minute practices 3-4 times a day…I don’t give rewards doing the “work” because he then wants to eat and wont do anything else..it also use to be “ammo” to throw..lol..but we have moved on!
placing the letter sounds on the floor and driving a car over them worked, as well as putting them in the back of a dump truck..matching was sometimes good..or playing go fish with them..labelling objects with it’s picture or getting him to find a toy in a prepared box helped too..books with the words in it or good or even just regular story books with you pointing out the words/sounds…
hopefully this gives you some ideas..i also made up silly songs with the words and wandered around singing them, it gets into their heads and surprise, surprise a few days later i’d hear my son singing the same songs to himeself…i made me sound crazy near other adults but..lol..it worked!good luck.. 🙂

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Speech therapy articulation

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