Have you ever tried to explain proper tongue placement for a specific sound to a student who doesn't know the basic movements of the mouth for speech? I have! So, I created this no print to teach my students the basic names of the articulators and their functions. Try this no print interactive lesson to teach your students how the tongue moves to produce different sounds. Because telling your students to "touch their tongue tip to their alveolar ridge" can actually mean something to them.

Articulation therapy Anatomy of the Mouth for Speech. No Print. k, r, s, l, sh

Have you ever tried to explain proper tongue placement for a specific sound to a student who doesn't know the basic movements of the mouth for speech? I have! So, I created this no print to teach my students the basic names of the articulators and their functions. Try this no print interactive lesson to teach your students how the tongue moves to produce different sounds. Because telling your students to "touch their tongue tip to their alveolar ridge" can actually mean something to them.

The human tongue is perhaps the most interesting body part, right after the femur that is. This graphic displays some of the most zany statistics about not only the human tongue, but the animal tongue as well. What kind of animals? How about the whale? The tongue of a whale weighs a measly 5,400 pounds and is the size of an elephant. That’s really a very scary thought when you think about it. To think that every blue whale out there has an elephant in its mouth? Golly! Ok, enough Leave it to…

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Hyoid Bone - The hyoid is the only human bone that is attached to only muscles, not to another bone. Our hyoid is attached to tongue muscles, throat muscles, and jaw muscles.  Via: biologicalexceptions.blogspot.in/2012/07/look-whos-talking.html

Hyoid Bone - The hyoid is the only human bone that is attached to only muscles, not to another bone. Our hyoid is attached to tongue muscles, throat muscles, and jaw muscles. Via: trabalho

Anatomy notes 6 incisors (front teeth)4 canines/fangs, bottom canines are closer to the incisors than top caninesWolf tongues are floppy and thin, but rough to lick flesh off boneCarnivorous teeth ...

Canine Anatomy notes 6 incisors (front canines/fangs, bottom canines are closer to the incisors than top caninesWolf tongues are floppy and thin, but rough to lick flesh off boneCarnivorous teeth .

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