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Children often find difficulty pronouncing certain letters thus they tend to either omit them from their words and pronounce the words without those letters or replace those letters with other ones easy for them to pronounce Parents think of this as the cute way my child speaks They do not realize that if not helped their child might have this lisp through out his life Pronunciation problems may be due to weak articulators or muscles in the mouth and face that are needed for speech production They sometimes need strengthening need to move farther andor have better coordination In this report I shall present different exercises that would help a child overcome this problem and improve his speech ability The group that I have chosen is a group of 15 children from the KGII grade level where English is the language of instruction in school They are around 5 year old children Most of them have certain kinds of speech problems like we notice in KGII classes but they do not necessarily have the same problem The program is one that is to be applied for a long period of time starting with muscle strengthening exercises and moving to games that are to be played in-group Each exercise suggested is going to be on a separate sheet The sheets are set in right sequence that should be followed for this program to be successful Blowing bubbles Blowing bubbles works on working the muscles that make our lips round like for the w sound It also makes us use better breath control Bring bubble makers also known as bubblers give one to each student and ask them to make bubbles Children might not be able to make bubbles they would either blow too hard or too soft Aid the children who are having these difficulties to make those bubbles teach them how to do them by themselves This exercise
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