Audacity/ SoundCloud Tester

Familiarizing myself with how Audacity works and uploading it to SoundCloud



When Moms Talk “Baby Talk”

When I was your age . . .


I am 56 years old but talk like a three year old.  I can’t say my R’s correctly.  They sound like W’s.

After a year of speech therapy in elementary school, I learned to say the “R” sound at the end of a word.

But if the “R” is at the beginning or in the middle of a word, it sounds like a “W.”

The problem gets worse when I am upset.  Just when I desperately need to be taken seriously, I start talking like Elmer Fudd.

“This is widiculous! This pwoduct is cwap!   If you don’t we-pay my money,  I will have you awwested!”

A speech therapist identified my problem in second grade back in the early 1960’s.

Once a week, the ST (I can’t remember her name, so I will just call her Karen) pulled me and another student named Angie out of class.   Angie was…

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Steps to Articulation Therapy Visual

The Communication Window

Whew! It has been a long week of trying to get my new room and caseload organized and decorated. I finally had some time today to do a few fun things around my room and get a little crafty! Now I don’t consider myself a crafty person but I think my Articulation Steps visual turned out not too shabby. To make it I picked up a variety pack of rainbow patterned card stock and some ribbon at Michaels with their good coupons. The hardest part assembling it was getting the length of ribbon close to matching between each card. Once I got the hang of that it only took about 20 minutes to get it assembled. If I get really motivated, I will write my artic kids names on clothespins to attach onto the visual at whatever step they currently working.

Articulation Therapy Steps Visual

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