Have you ever really wished you had a breakdown of the speech sound differences between English and Spanish? I finally created a resource that summarizes all the differences between speech sounds in English and Spanish for you to have…..absolutely free. This resource will be great for those moments when you have a teacher come to you and say, “Carlos has a problem because he can’t say his SH sound.” Well, SH does not exist in Spanish so you can inform the teacher that Carlos is simply learning English (language difference) and does not have a speech problem (disorder).
But that’s just the beginning of the usefulness of this handout for you. It’s two pages worth of compare and contrast between English and Spanish including vowels and consonants. And you can grab it for free by clicking over to my teachers pay teachers store and downloading it. While you are there, follow my store for more awesome resources! You might as well go ahead and laminate it because you will use it for years.
I kept all this information on little notes in all different places and I finally compiled it into a free resource that I wish I’d had many years ago. I’d love if you left me some feedback about how useful it is for you!
My email subscribers got this download several weeks ago and I’m finally getting around to sharing it on the blog. So if you would like to join them and get early release notification of resources please subscribe here.
Coming up over the next month on is a total redesign of my logo and the website. The blog and the email list will become even more useful with more free resources coming your way! I can’t say anything else but just let just giving you a heads up! Thanks so much and have a great back-to-school time!
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