Tips for teaching the /s/ sound

Tips for Teaching the /s/ Sound

In episode 8 of The Speech Space Podcast, I share some of my favorite tips for teaching the /s/ sound.  We all know how tricky it can be when we are trying to teach a sound and our student is just not responding to the techniques we are trying.  I hope that in today’s episode you can learn something new that you can use in your speech room!

Please feel free to reach out to me directly if you have any tips that you’d like to add or if you’d like to make a suggestion for a future podcast.  I can be reached at: jessica@thedigitalslp.com.  If you’ve found these episodes helpful in any way, I’d be ever so appreciative if you left a review on iTunes.  By doing this, it makes it easier for other SLPs like you to find the show.  Thank you for your support!

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Please tune in next week, when I talk about using nature in speech therapy.

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