Articulation is the process of producing sounds for speaking that involves coordinated movement of the mouth, tongue, teeth, lips, palate, and vocal folds.

Different sounds in spoken language are created by various movements of our mouths. Articulation improves with practice, so it is normal for your toddler to make errors in pronunciation. If you have concerns about the clarity of your child’s speech, reach out for a consult today!

A speech therapist in a yellow blouse holds up a letter R while pointing to their mouth and forming the "r" sound. A child in black/white striped shirt and blue jeans watches them closely and tries to replicate the sound.