To make a B, put your lips together first. Open them up and make them burst!
Open your mouth, bring your tongue tip up then down like a T, but use your voice to make a D.
Bite down and blow. When you make an F, you feel the air flow.
Open your mouth, bring your tongue tip down and make the sound come from your neck. To make a G you have to gargle like when you’re sick.
Open your mouth, there is no doubt, if you laugh for an H you can feel the air come out.
Put your teeth together and push your lips out. Bring your tongue to the roof and let it jump down. If you open your mouth and use your voice this way, you will be able to make a J.
Open your mouth, bring your tongue tip down and make the sound come from your neck. To make a K you have to cough like when you’re sick..
Open your mouth, bring your tongue tip up and smile as you ring the bell. Lalala-that’s the way you make an L.
Put your lips together and hum hum hum. That’s the way to make an M.
Bring your tongue up, be sure your mouth’s not closed. When you make an N the sound comes from your nose.
Put your lips together and make them pop. You say P quickly and then you stop.
Open your mouth, pull your lips back into a square. The way to make an R is to growl like a bear.
If you put your teeth together, smile, and hiss like a snake, an S is the sound you’re going to make.
Open your mouth, bring your tongue tip up then down fast. Once you make a T it doesn’t last.
Bite down and vibrate on your lip. You’ll make a V if you use this tip.
Open your mouth and make your lips round. Blow out a W like you’re saying “wow!”
Open your mouth, bring your tongue blade to the sky. Ski off the top to make a Y.
Close your teeth, smile, and buzz like a bee. That’s the way you make a Z.
Created by: Sheryl Balciar, M.S., CCC-SLP