Articulation is common speech therapy for kids with a wide range of speech problems. Several popular products promote articulation, including the Talkie Articulator and Fluency Tracker. In this article, we’ll talk about the benefits of each therapy and discuss why they’re valuable for your child. Ultimately, we’ll discuss why these products are beneficial for kids with various speech needs.

Articulation therapy:

The most important factor in determining whether or not articulation therapy is the best speech therapy for kids is to focus on developmentally appropriate sounds. For example, if your three-year-old has difficulty saying the R sound, you’ll probably not get much work done with them. In addition, children typically learn to produce the R sound by age six. Use the Speech Sound Development Chart to determine what age your child will acquire the R sound. Once your child has achieved the R sound, they’re ready for step two of articulation therapy.

Articulation station:

If you are looking for a speech therapy app for kids, Articulation Station is a great choice. This comprehensive program offers practice in 22 sounds of the English language and is popular among SEN teachers and Speech and Language Therapists. It includes 60 target words and six activities at the word and sentence levels and features colorful graphics and clear identification of the individual sounds. Children will be motivated to practice and progress by using Articulation Station, and the app is fun for both parents and kids.

Talkie Articulation:

There are numerous benefits of Talkie Articulation. It is incredibly easy to use and fun for kids. The app is great for at-home use as well as in therapy sessions. Kids are guided by animation to say each sound correctly. There is even a game mode to encourage your child to practice their speech. The only downside is that the app doesn’t record your child’s progress, which would be useful for parents and professional teachers.

Fluency Tracker:

The Fluency Tracker application is an app that aims to improve children’s feelings about speech and minimize their avoidance behavior. Parents can use the application to record the time and place when their child stutters and what makes them feel uncomfortable speaking in those circumstances. Data collected by the app also help speech therapists tailor their treatment.

By Deanna