I just got a note from Marshalla Speech and Language, pointing me to Pam Marshalla’s new free videos on YouTube, demonstrating her cues for consonants. She has developed a helpful system of hand cues to focus a child on placement of sounds. I watched her video and tried them out with a few of my 3 year-olds who keep confusing /k/ and /t/. They were helpful and the kids started to use the cues themselves! Try them out.
What cues do you find helpful in articulation therapy? Share with us in the comments below.