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.
If your “soup” is turning into “thoop” and your “zippers” are “thippers”, you may have a frontal lisp. My article on fixing lateral lisps has received a lot of traffic and I’ve had many requests for a similar article on frontal
printable list of strategies (SDIs) for your IEP meeting (over 500 and counting!)
Tricks to Teaching the /r/ Sound (from a pediatric speech pathologist) This is a good idea to use as a teacher to teach children the proper way to say the /r/ sound. It is a fun and interactive way getting children to learn.