Hello - or should I say, howdy? I am blogging live from the Dallas-Ft. Worth Airport yet again! I still have about 80 minutes until our flight is set to take off. Hopefully, all goes well and we are boarding shortly!

With my time, I have put together one more material for the day. I had several emails asking for additional parent handouts for articulation techniques. I have many students who struggle with /sh/. I think it's a difficult sound to explain to parents. My favorite technique for this is the lollipop technique.
I am sleepy and hungry and craving Starbucks, so I will keep this post brief. (Can't you tell? I have been very bad at transitions today! :]) I have uploaded a copy of the /sh/ handout below. Please comment and say hi, bye, or (if you're REALLY cool), share what you do when you work on /sh/! 


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04/13/2012 3:13pm

Love these! Gonna pin them and use when needed!!

02/05/2013 9:13am


07/22/2013 10:17pm

I love the parent handouts that you have shared with us. It's helpful for both the parents and the children. There is use only both of them take such things more seriously and think about it. I guess you will come with more soon.

09/01/2013 11:33pm

Interesting thoughts, just wanted to mention I came from Google.


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