I don’t know about you, but I seem to have a LOT of /r/ students this year! As it came time for parent teacher conferences and third quarter progress reports, I knew I needed to make something to explain just how complicated the /r/ sound can be for students to learn, and why.
I decided to make a one page handout, similar in style to my bestselling Speech-Language Therapy Explanation Handouts. Naturally, I copied it on my trademark green paper so it would stand out!
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The vowel “r”’s are my favorite sound to teach!
Thank you, can’t wait to read it!
Tatianna Louisidis says
Interesting hand-out on why /r/ is so hard!
Rebecca Edmonds says
Natalie O'Connor says
Thank you for this resource! It’s wonderful for parents and I’m in grad school now- I love any resource I can get especially on a tricky topic like this!
Julie Ross says
Please add me to your newsletter. I’d also like to receive the /r/ handout.
Happy to see a reference like this! Can’t wait to read it! I’ve struggled with teaching the R sound for years. Thank you.