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Teaching R is a downloadable PDF that serves as a “program” for teaching every variation of R- from vocalic, to prevocalic, to R blends. This resource is being updated to include video demonstrations to help parents understand the included activities for carryover.
Eliciting R is a boom card deck that takes you through a wide variety of cues to elicit the R in any of its forms. It is not a specific program, only a starting point for those tricky kids. This resource contains close-up video models of a mouth producing the R sound- both bunched and retroflex.