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mix and match
cherry on top
Matthew sat down on the chair.
Will you get me a new piece of chalk?
I think the dog will chase the cat.
Gracie put a check in the box.
They did a cheer at the pep rally.
Melt the cheese and we can dip chips in it.
A cheetah can run as fast as a car.
I would like a milkshake with a cherry on top.
The man's chest was muscular.
The dog played with his chew toy.
The chicken was by the coop.
She is a sweet child.
Are you coming to the chili cook off?
He is touching her chin.
The chipmunk rested on a log.
Will you share your chocolate?
Their job is to chop down trees.
What time is church on Sunday?
colorful beach ball
lean on crutches
baby high chair
plastic key chain
pink lunch box
We played with the beach ball in the pool.
Painting the benches was a big project.
The catcher is ready.
His crutches help him walk.
The baby is happy in her high chair.
He has grown four inches in a year.
I have a bug bite that is itching.
I put ketchup on all my food.
I have a light on my key chain.
I want to eat lunch in the kitchen.
I have a sandwich and apple in my lunch box.
The marching band members practiced hard.
It's not safe to play with matches.
This restaurant makes the best nachos.
Georgia grows the most delicious peaches.
We can see the statue at the art gallery.
She is our 5th grade teacher.
The girls pretended to be witches.
visit the beach
old wooden bench
leafy tree branch
catch the ball
lay on the couch
month of March
work on the ranch
reach up high
The boat floated right up to the beach.
The park bench had many birds on it.
The tree branch had broken off overnight.
Gloves help him catch the ball.
The coach is holding his clipboard.
I fell asleep on the couch.
Let's play hopscotch at recess.
She ate lunch outside.
Our cousins will visit in March.
Please light the match and start the fire.
The ostrich lives in the desert.
We're going to ride horses on the ranch.
She is trying to reach the rings.
You made a tall sandwich.
Be sure to stretch your muscles before exercising.
I like your watch.
The witch flew on her broomstick.
He used the wrench to fix the leaky faucet.
It was time for lunch. Chip wanted to eat lunch on the beach today. He walked to the beach. There were no benches, so he sat in the sand. He opened his lunch box and found chili, cheese, a sandwich, a cherry, and some peaches.
He took a bite of his sandwich and began to chew when all of a sudden his chin started itching. He was getting sand flea bites. He grabbed his lunch and took off like a cheetah.
"I guess I'll go eat in my kitchen at home," he thought.
Our teacher, Ms. Child, is teaching us about the ostrich. We went to the zoo to see an ostrich. We also saw a cheetah.
There was a farm animal area where we saw a chicken. I bought a key chain at the zoo, ate my lunch on a bench, and shared some of it with a chipmunk. It was fun to watch all of the animals.
Our class let out a cheer when we saw the ostrich run. It was fast. I wanted to feed the ostrich some chocolate, but the zookeeper said not to.
In March, I took chalk and drew some squares to play hopscotch on. My friend Chase and I wanted to play together.
I drew the squares on the sidewalk close to the church with the chicken statue.
I asked Chase to watch and check if the squares were in the right order. He told me one of them was a few inches off. I told him that I moved them to miss a big tree branch.
We started playing. I pounded my chest after beating him three times! I would still cheer for him though.
This list of functional words was professionally selected to be the most useful for a child or adult who has difficulty with producing the "CH" sound.
We encourage you to use this list when practicing at home.
Doing home practice will help your child make much faster progress toward correct production.
Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) are only able to see students/clients 30-60 mins (or less) per week.
This is not enough time for your child to overcome an articulation disorder with the "CH" sound. But with high caseloads...
...it's all SLPs can do.
There's only so much time in the day.
Every day that your child goes without practice it becomes more and more difficult to correct an "CH" error because he/she continues to say it incorrectly.
We know life is busy, but if you're reading this you're probably someone who cares about helping their loved one as much as you can.
Practice 5-10 minutes whenever you can, but try to do it on a consistent basis (daily).
Please, please, please use this list to practice.
It will be a great benefit to you and your loved one's progress.