Language

Stick Your Tongue Out

So when I say stick your tongue out, I don’t mean in the bratty way. I mean that when you leave your tongue outside your mouth while you speak or sing, it helps you release the root of your tongue so you can articulate with more clarity and ease! 👅 😝 Of course, the goofiness […]

Tongue Twisters with Fricatives

Last lesson we learned our fricatives – the consonants we make by creating friction between our articulators. This week we’re putting them into Language context in tongue twisters! Two of them are intermediate and the other one is ADVANCED – so check them out and see if you can become a master and how fast you […]

Tongue Twisters with Nasals

Last week in our Articulation exercise we practiced the nasal sounds M, N, and NG. Today, we’re going to put it all together into a few fun and silly tongue twisters that will get your soft palate and other articulators working in tip top shape! Check out the Tongue Twisters with Nasals exercise here: Are these […]

The “Peter Piper” Language Exercise

In this week’s How To Warm Up video, we’re moving into Language! I’ll take you through a beloved tongue twister you may know: Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers! This text has tons of plosive sounds in it, so you’ll have a chance to build on your work with clear and sharp explosive […]