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Visual Cues for Speech

Visual Cueing for Speech-VIDEO LINKS
Gilbert Creek Early Childhood Services

Adapted from Examples of Visual Cueing for Speech by Judy Michels Jelm, M.S.
And Easy Does It for Apraxia by Robin Strode and Catherine Chamberlain
Click on link following description for a video demo of the cue.
 
/p/ (as in puff) and /b/ (as in ball) – “Popping lip” sound
Make fist at shoulder level, palm facing child. Spring fingers open quickly as you say the /p/ or /b/ sound.
Link to /p/ sound cue
 
               
 
 
 
/m/ (as in mouth) – “Lips together” sound
Move the tip of your index finger across your lips as you say the /m/ sound.
Link to /m/ sound cue
 
 
 
 
/t/ (as in tip) and /d/ (as in day) – “Tongue up” sound
Place the tip of your index finger in the center section of your upper lip. Tap lightly on this section of your upper lip as you say the /t/ or /d/ sound.
Link to /t/ sound cue
 
 

/n/ (as in nose) – “Nose” sound
Place the tip of your index finger on the side of your nose as you say the /n/ sound. This will indicate that the air is going through the nose instead of the mouth.
Link to /n/ sound cue

 
 
/k/ (as in kick) and /g/ (as in go)- “Back tongue” sound
Place your index finger horizontally across the back of your throat. As you say the /k/ or /g/ sound, move your index finger upward, as if helping to raise up the back of your tongue. Link to /k/ sound cue


 
/f/ (as in fun) and /v/ (as in voice) – “Bite your lip” sound
Place the tip of your  index finger at the mid point of your lower lip. As you say the /f/ or /v/ sound, press the tip of your index finger inward, moving the lower lip inward.
Link to /f/ sound cue
 
 

/s/ (as in sun) – “Snake” sound
Make your hand into a fist. As you say the /s/ sound, move your fisted hand smoothly across the front of your body. The fisted hand is the same position for the signed letter /s/. Link to /s/ sound cue
 
 
 
/z/ (as in zipper) – “Buzzy bee” sound
Make your hand into a fist. As you say the sound /z/ shake your fist in front of your chest, as if your hand was vibrating.
Link to /z/ sound cue
 
 
 
/h/ (as in hot) – “Air” sound
Open hand facing your lips. Pull hard away from mouth as you say /h/.
Link to /h/ sound cue

 
 
Compiled for staff and families at Southern Oregon ESD, Gilbert Creek Child Development Services
By Anne M. Goff and Stephanie Love


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