To get your child in the Halloween spirit, let’s help them work on their articulation and sound production of Halloween sounds. A tip we can share to help your child comprehend certain sounds is feeling the airflow of sound against your child’s arm. When we produce sounds, we can teach our children how we can physically feel the air pressure produced by our bodies by providing the feedback on their wrist/arms. Some spooky sounds we can practice with our children while having them feel the sound can be “boo” to practice the “b” sound. Another sound we can practice “pump” (as in pumpkin) to practice the “p” sound.
Really exaggerate the production of the “b” and “p” so your children can feel the airflow while producing those sounds.