How To Teach The V Sound To Toddlers by Chicago Speech Therapists Connect

Expect to start hearing your child incorporate the /v/ sound into his or her speech between the ages of four and a eight. The /v/ sound is often associated with the /f/ sound because both articulations require the same mouth position. However, unlike /f/, the /v/ sound is voiced. This means the vocal chords are used to make this sound. How it’s elicited …

How To Teach The TH Sound To Toddlers by Chicago Speech Therapists Connect

Your child should begin learning the /th/ sound between the ages of four and half and eight. This can be a difficult sound for your child to learn to incorporate into his or her speech because it can be both voiced and unvoiced. This means that sometimes the vocal chords are used to make the /th/ sound and other times only air passes …

How To Teach The ZH Sound To Toddlers by Chicago Speech Therapists Connect

Around the age of six, your child should begin developing their use of the /zh/ sound, as used in garage. This sound is rather advanced in the speech development process, so it might take up until the age of eight or older for your child to achieve fluency. How It’s Elicited /zh/ is much like the /sh/ sound in that the same …