This is my third child, and so I'm not too worried, etc...
I'm wondering if anyone has any thoughts on how to encourage or work towards combining sounds a toddler already knows (in this case "s" with any other sounds) into more complex sounds.
My toddler can make multiple syllables of various sorts, and can make all the vowel sounds I give him. I will occasionally run him through a particular consonant combined with all the vowels following (gee gih gai gah guh goo goh, etc), which he does well enough for many consonants. He can make an "s" sound, but when I start with "see" or "sah" he uses something between a "t" and "d". It's the same with any word I try to get him to say starting with "s" :-/
Again, not too worried (he'll figure it out eventually), but would love to hear any other ideas on games or ways to encourage it :-)