Tongue Twisters for Kids
Kids love tongue twisters. It’s because they are fun and can be challenging too. Kids like to try to say funny words.
I created this free download so you can have some fun with your students. I would say that these “tongue twisters” are more like alliteration.
Alliteration refers to when there are the same sounds in a word or phrase. Many poems incorporate alliteration because it can sound pretty to hear the same sounds in a row. Alliteration is also a part of tongue twisters. However, I would say that tongue twisters are alliteration on steroids! Check out the pictures in this post for alliteration examples.
Tongue Twisters in Speech Therapy
Have you ever used tongue twisters in speech therapy? It’s definitely not something you could do with students with severe articulation errors, but it’s a fun thing to do in your speech therapy room to change things up. Try my freebie cards in color or in black and white: Tongue Twister Challenge.
Tongue Twisters in English or Tongue Twisters in Spanish
As many of you know, I speak Spanish as a second language. I find tongue twisters hard in both English and Spanish, but Spanish really trips me up. I don’t have any tongue twisters in Spanish, but at least you can have fun with this free pack of tongue twisters in English.