Developing the G and K Sounds

Developing the G and K Sounds

As toddlers grow, they become expert experimenters with all kinds of noises. Around the age of two, your kiddo will probably start testing out G and K sounds. This can be very exciting for parents! There’s a very specific and profound joy that comes from hearing your...
Developing D and T Sounds in Toddlers

Developing D and T Sounds in Toddlers

Most children will first develop the ability to articulate d and t sounds as toddlers–sometimes as young as 12 months. By the time your kiddo is four years old, they should be very comfortable producing the d and t sounds in most words. It’s always exciting when your...
Developing the M, B, and P Sounds

Developing the M, B, and P Sounds

Babies babble. It’s an adorable sound–just the thing that brings a smile to every (exhausted) parents’ lips. Before you know it, your time together will be filled with nonstop “goo”s and “gaa”s (not to mention a few “aww”s on your part).  Babbling isn’t just an...
Speech Therapy for S and Z Sounds

Speech Therapy for S and Z Sounds

Even though they’re separated by a few letters of the alphabet, S and Z sounds are mechanically quite similar. They’re also relatively challenging, especially for children who are still developing speech skills. Difficulties with S and Z enunciation can develop for a...