The goal of this project is to provide a digital set of flashcards, similar to the ones that speech therapists use in real life. The digital version will allow users to view both sides of the flashcard without flipping it over and will also share audio files for the spoken word on each side.
The flashcards will be used to help teach the speech therapist’s patients to pronounce the sounds of the alphabet. The words used in the flashcards should match the sounds that are being taught, so that the students can practice pronouncing each sound by repeating it in a word.
This set of flashcards is designed to help your child improve his or her speech. Refer to the guide below for instructions on how to use the cards. Each card has a picture on it. When showing your child a card, say the name of the object on the card out loud and ask them to do the same. If they have trouble saying it, you can say it slowly and then repeat it until they get it right.
The flashcards are designed to help children with speech therapy for the letter U. They’re geared towards younger children, but can be adapted to a variety of ages. The flashcards have pictures of items that start with the letter U and their names underneath them. The child is supposed to say the name of the item in order to practice their speech.
In many cases, a patient’s progress in speech therapy will be dependent on how well they can practice on their own at home. The flashcards you create will serve as the foundation for patients to work with and get them speaking again. You’ll want to create a set of flashcards that covers all cases of sounds that are difficult for the patient to make. For example, if a patient is having difficulty making the ‘sh’ sound, you would include flashcards with pictures that make the ‘sh’ sound: ship, shoe, fish, rash…etc. For each card, you would have the picture and the word written on it to help the patient.
The cards contain some of the most useful words for people doing speech therapy. These words have been selected because they are frequently misspoken, and have a high chance of helping the person improve their speech. These words can be used in different contexts, so you can use them to practice your speech in a variety of situations.
Some of the flashcards include sounds, which you can use to practice and compare your pronunciation with the sounds. Use these sounds as a reference point when practicing and improving your speech.
These flashcards are meant for use in a speech therapy session. They were developed for two-year-old children transitioning to preschool, who may have difficulty communicating their emotions. The goal of the flashcards is to help children recognize and communicate their emotions by associating them with key words or phrases, and then practicing these by role-playing.