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Hello! My name is Kayla Jackson and this is my 11th year here at Camp Ground.  I am the Speech Language Pathologist.  I am looking forward to a great year.  

Please contact me by email or remind if you or your child have any questions regarding the Home Correspondence Instruction.  If you haven't been added to remind please join me by clicking on the link: http://rmd.me/b?rid=145172213

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kayla.jackson@laurel.kyschools.us

606-862-4625

Please contact me at my email and I will respond back to you within 24 hours.  

Contact hours are from 8:00-3:00.

 

Here are some free links to help with at home practice:  http://www.sayitright.org/training/free-speech-therapy-videos.html    videos-to-use-in-speech-therapy/  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-K3nLUThBE  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTAtVWsvhNA  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYdPZ341gwk  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=megGv7jH0a0

Language videos:  https://www.storylineonline.net/

Preschool activities:  https://www.asha.org/public/speech/development/activities-to-Encourage-speech-and-Language-Development/

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    INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRODUCTION OF SOUNDS

    ****Parent’s your child’s speech sound(s) are highlighted.***

    P-(quiet lip popper) Close the lips; then open them by sending out a puff of air.

    B-(noisy lip popper) Make this sound as you did the sound P and use your voice.

    M-(noisy nose sound) Close the lips and make a humming sound.

    N-(noisy nose sound) With the mouth open, place the tip of the tongue on the gum behind the upper teeth.  Send the voice through the nose.

    NG-(quiet nose sound)- Arch the back of the tongue so that it touches the soft palate.  Send the sound through the nose and keep the tongue still.  Do not let the sound slide back into the 

    throat.

    T-(quiet tip tapper) With the mouth open, place the tip of the tongue on the gum behind the upper teeth. Blow it away with a puff of air.

    D-(noisy tip tapper) Place the tip of the tongue on the gum behind the upper teeth as you did for the sound of T and use your voice.

    K-(quiet tongue scraper) Arch the back of the tongue so that it touches the soft palate.  Lower it quickly as you blow.

    G-(noisy tongue scraper) Make this sound as you did the sound K. Use your voice.

    F-(quiet lip cooler) Place the upper teeth against the lower lip and blow lightly.

    V-(noisy lip cooler) Make the sound of V as you made the sound of F and use your voice.

    TH-(quiet tongue cooler) Widen the tongue and let the tip touch the inner edge of the upper teeth.  Then blow over the tip of the tongue.

    TH-(noisy tongue cooler) Make this sound as you did the quiet TH and use your voice.

    S-(quiet skinny air sound) Widen the tongue and place it behind the upper teeth near the gum.  Close the teeth lightly and blow down the center of the tongue with a slight hiss.

    Z- (noisy skinny air sound) Make the sound of Z as you made the sound of S. Buzz with your voice.

    SH-(quiet fat air sound) Make the sound of S, then draw the tongue back a little, push the lips forward slightly and blow down the center of the tongue with a hushing sound.

    ZH-(noisy fat air sound) Make this sound as you did the sound of SH and use your voice.

    CH-(quiet fat pushed air) Make the sound of T and blend it into the SH sound.  Make CH more quickly and with more pressure than SH.

    J-(noisy fat pushed air) Make this sound as you did the sound of CH and use your voice.

    L-(lifter) Widen the tongue and place the tip on the gum behind the upper teeth. Let the voice

         escape over the sides of the tongue.

    R-(lifter) Widen and raise the tongue so that the sides touch the upper teeth and gums.  Curl the tip slightly backward. Use your voice.

    H-(wind sound) Open the mouth and breathe out gently.

    W-(wind sound) Round the lips as you do for the sound of OO and move them quickly to the position used for the vowel that follows it.

    WH-(wind sound) Blow gently through the lips which are rounded and slightly protruded, and proceed to the following     vowel.

    Y (yuh)- Open the mouth slightly, send the voice over the tongue which is widened and raised as for the sound of EE.  With a little push proceed to the vowel that follows.  (Put EE & UH together, at a fast rate, becomes yuh)

    • Quiet sounds- voice is turned off.
    • Noisy sounds- voice is turned on.
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