Speech production refers to the child’s ability to rapidly and sequentially produce a variety of consonant and vowel sounds in a coordinated fashion in order to combine these sounds into words. Spoken language is a complex motor process that requires the coordination of articulation, respiration, and phonation to produce intelligible speech.
Articulation Resources for Families
Created by Heidi Hanks, M.S., CCC-SLP
Additional Free Resources for Articulation