The Tutoring Center, Clemson-Seneca SC



Some children have a challenging time as they learn to develop language and pronounce words. Helping your child through this journey is crucial, as it will allow them to communicate effectively later on. For tips on how you can help your child's pronunciation, continue reading.

How to Help Your Child's Pronunciation

  1. First of all, you can break down words into syllables. If your child needs help with a specific sound, search for words with it in it and have them practice syllable by syllable.
  2. Additionally, you can try tongue twisters. These are fun and challenging phrases that encourage children to repeat sounds a few times. Moreover, tongue twisters can help with fluency.
  3. It may be that your child has a challenging time being aware of mouth movements. If that's the case, whisper to them. As they watch your mouth, they will be more conscious of how to shape their mouths and their tongue.
  4. Sometimes, your child won't be fully aware of what they have to work on. To correct this, you can record their voice. As they listen back, they will understand what they need to improve on better.
  5. Lastly, make sure your child practices their pronunciation every day. If they try the exercises mentioned above on a daily basis, they can improve on this little by little.

Enroll your child in one-to-one tutoring in Clemson-Seneca, SC, to help them achieve their academic potential. Call The Tutoring Center, Clemson-Seneca, SC, at (864) 481-0481 for more information on their programs or to schedule a free diagnostic assessment.

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