Are you looking for a bright, educational poster about typical speech sound development? Would you like to refer to consonant acquisition norms easily and quickly when you’re doing an assessment or providing information to parents and teachers?
The Speech Development Chart references the cross-linguistic review from McLeod & Crowe (2018). The review showed that most of the world’s consonants were acquired by 5;0 years.
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This chart is an engaging addition to your speech pathology office or waiting room. You can also print out the black and white version to use as screening or assessing stimulability.
➊ — You can take the Speech Development Chart to a local print or office supplies shop to be printed as poster size. I have successfully printed the poster at A1 size.
➋ — Print as regular paper sized and laminate for durability. It is great to pull out of a folder to reference.
➌ — Print the black & option and attach it to a report or use it for screening purposes.
✅ — Single-paged Speech Development Chart
✅ — Includes norms on speech intelligibility
✅ — Comes in color and black & white
✅ — Three different color charts to choose from
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What SLP’s like you are saying:
❝ The most beautiful and useful speech sound development chart I’ve ever seen. I keep some copies with me at all times now to help explain speech development to parents during assessments.❞
❝ This is fabulous- it’s easy to access and visually appealing. I’m using this with student clinicians and to provide information to educators and parents.❞
❝ This poster makes my room look bright and cheerful and is an excellent reference when educating parents, teachers, and students about speech sound development.❞
READ the open-access paper here: McLeod, S., & Crowe, K. (2018). Children’s consonant acquisition in 27 languages: A cross-linguistic review. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 27(4), 1546-1571.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.
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