Peter Riches
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Describing speech sounds to kids.  Teaching how to say a sound or working on phonemic awareness skills.  From site pinned: "You will notice that the names of the speech sounds/phonemes relate to the way they sound or the way our mouths look while producing the sound. For example, the /s/ is the snake sound because a snake’s hiss can sound like the “sssssssssss,” the /b/ is the bouncing sound because the lips bounce off one another when making the sound, and so on."

Describing speech sounds to kids. Teaching how to say a sound or working on phonemic awareness skills. From site pinned: "You will notice that the names of the speech sounds/phonemes relate to the way they sound or the way our mouths look while producing the sound. For example, the /s/ is the snake sound because a snake’s hiss can sound like the “sssssssssss,” the /b/ is the bouncing sound because the lips bounce off one another when making the sound, and so on."

3800+ Minimal Pairs for Speech Therapy Practice Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/linguahealth for our latest therapy pins and visit linguahealth.com for even more resources

3800+ Minimal Pairs for Speech Therapy Practice Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/linguahealth for our latest therapy pins and visit linguahealth.com for even more resources

Post-CELTA PD: working within time constraints (from Teach them English)

Post-CELTA PD: working within time constraints (from Teach them English)