A cannot say th so like three is tree, etc. Can your April ‘12 kid say it correctly? I thought they had until they turned 7 but a little boy in speech in A’s class is working on th so maybe they should know it?
I spent many years in speech for pronunciation issues, and now H is in speech, so I guess I wouldn’t be surprised if she needed help sometime.
Post by redmonkeystomper on Dec 10, 2017 17:21:59 GMT -5
Th is expected by 7. Maybe the childworking in that has additional sounds to master? I would not be concerned but it wouldn't hurt if you worked on that sound. My nephew had difficulty with th and never went to speech as he did not qualify and he is9 and has no difficulty now.
Post by lauranicole91 on Dec 12, 2017 19:35:51 GMT -5
She can say th but still struggles with sp sometimes. IE we eat our cereal with foons. Also R’s are still tricky. She has a friend named Riley and a friend named Wylie (it’s the name of lake down here someone used as a name. Haha) and she says both as Why-lee.