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Speech articulation chart - illustrates gender specific development    Pinned by Pediatric Therapeutic Services, Inc. Follow our boards at http://pinterest.com/ptsincorporated/

Speech articulation chart - illustrates gender specific development Pinned by Pediatric Therapeutic Services, Inc

*Remember later:  Speech Clinician Resources: CFY paperwork and information

Something To Talk About SLP: Handy Dandy Bell Curve by Pacific Coast Speech Services (with script for reporting to caregivers) and a modified version by Home Speech Home.

Help Me Grow: Language Sounds and Milestones

List of communication, language, speech milestones for children. Good information to know! Also includes a chart of speech sounds and the normal range that those sounds are developed.

What is the difference between speech and language? When working in the school setting that was a question that came up multiple times ever...

Speech Sound Development Chart: This would be helpful for any Speech Language Pathologist. It shows the ages at which speech sounds typically appear in the normally developing child in each position of a word.

Speech Sound Development Chart I like this one.  This chart shows you the sounds that typically developing children learn to make at certain ages.

Speech Sound Development Chart I like this one. This chart shows you the sounds that typically developing children learn to make at certain ages.

FREE!!! Sound Development Age chart for Speech Therapy - A quick reference for Articulation concerns. Also available in black and white.

Sound Development Age chart for Speech Therapy - A quick reference for Articulation concerns. To put in speech sound notebook.

Speech Sound Developmental Chart

A great reference for SLPs and parents alike, this Speech Sound Developmental Chart outlines the ages at which speech sounds are typically developed.

Sound Development Chart from Speak Listen Play

Sound Development Chart from Speak Listen Play. Great visual approach to 'old school' articulation development chart.

Alex Kleebauer-This blog by a kindergarten teacher provided several activities that are usable in the classroom and promote language development. The language development cards are used to help build vocabulary. There is also an activity for use with ELL learners as well.

Developing Oral Language with ELL's and Non ELL's

Language development cards would be a great, easy tool to teach people English as a second language as the pictures go with each word so they are easy to understand.

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