Ask your child if he or she is working on a speech sound in
speech and language support classroom or look for sound worksheets that come
home. If you feel your child is doing pretty well with the sound, remind
them to make good clear sounds through the day while at home! Practice makes
perfect! Contact me if you would like to know a specific sound that is
appropriate for you child to work on at home.
Many speech and language student have goals that involve
answering "wh" questions. While reading books with your child
at home, ask them these "wh" questions. For example: "Who
is the story about?", "Where are they going?", "What did
they make?". Then ask the harder "wh"
questions with "why" and "how"! Encourage the use of
grammatical and fluent sentences when answering.