Ms. Abby's Home Page


Thanks for visiting my speech and language site.  I hope you find the information and resources useful and interesting.   Always remember that I'm just a phone call or email away if you have any questions or concerns.   We will be updating this home page monthly, as new items become available for you to view.

Class Announcements

  • Here are the 3 most recent announcements. All class activities and events can be found here and on the Class Announcements page.
  • May News In preschool this month, we're working on building our speech and language skills with fun games, art projects, books, and songs talking about dinosaurs and animals that live in ...
    Posted May 13, 2015, 1:02 PM by Unknown user
  • April News "Spring has sprung", and so have our learning skills in speech and language!  Here is what's going on this month:Preschool:We were talking and singing about "Humpty Dumpty ...
    Posted Apr 8, 2015, 10:16 AM by Unknown user
  • March News As you know, spring is almost upon us, here at Sahuaro.  Here is what we are currently working on in the world of speech and language development in Special Needs ...
    Posted Apr 1, 2015, 1:01 PM by Unknown user
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Homework Assignments

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ARTICULATION BUILDING: The /k/ sound is very similar to the /g/ sound because they both use the same mouth position. Both are stop consonants, which means the airflow while producing the sound is first stopped, and then released. /K/ is different because it is an unvoiced sound – the only sound you hear when making it is the sound the air makes when you release it. To make the /k/ sound, put the back of your tongue against the top of your mouth towards the back on what is called your soft palate. With your tongue in this position, draw air through your mouth and release it by lowering your tongue. This unvoiced release of air is the /k/ sound N/A 
LANGUAGE BUILDING: Let your child help you! Having your child help you out with simple chores and tasks will help your child feel more important, help him/her learn how things can go in a sequence/order, and encourage him/her how to follow simple directions.  N/A 
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