Simple Therapy Idea:
Over a week ago Alexander’s therapist asked if he could say a number of consonants and vowels. It was then I realized Alexander had not used the hard /t/ sound as in turtle. Later I mentioned it to Sarah, his Chattering Children therapist, that he needed help in learning how to produce that sound. She is the one who suggested combining the /t/ and /d/ sounds in an activity since he could already produce the /d/ in daddy. The tongue is in the same position behind the teeth when making the sounds.
The idea of the activity is to softly make the /t/ sound, then alternate to a loud /d/ sound.
Eventually alternate the two sounds.
Have fun with it!