Speech Therapy at Home
CH Home Program

Welcome to Speech Therapy at Home: CH Home Articulation Practices. This is your home page for all things CH. Please bookmark or add to your favorites so you can refer back to it as your child progress through each level. 

CH is usually mastered by 7 years of age. Some children learn this sound earlier; but it is normal to make errors up until 7 years old.  Below find out how to teach and then practice CH with your child in the comfort of your very own home. 

Below you will find:

  1. How to say CH & effective teaching cues 
  2. How to Teach CH
  3. Practices at the word level
  4. Practices at the sentence level
  5. An extra copy of all the materials you will need 

Quick Links For CH Practice


How to Say Ch

In order to teach CH to your child effectively, you must know how to say CH yourself. It is important to understand the mechanics behind making the sound. Once you have the language to describe how to say CH, you will be better able to teach your child.

I will teach you tactile, verbal, and visual cues as well. 

This section is a MUST READ!  

How to Say CH



Teach CH

Here you will learn tips and techniques on how to teach CH to your child. If your child is already in speech therapy and can say CH in isolation or in syllables, move down to the drill & flashcard games below. 

If you are unsure, read this section anyways. Can't hurt!

Click on Teach CH



Drill Practice & Flaschcard Games

Congratulations! Your child can say M. Now, you are ready to work on saying M correctly in words. 

At this level, it is important to practice saying the sound in the beginning (initial), middle (medial), and end (final) position. Your child's mouth has to coordinate and move muscles differently depending on where the sound falls within a word. 

This stage may last longer than the previous and that is to be expected. However, don’t get stuck here if your child misses a word here or there. 100% accuracy is rare and not necessary!

Visit CH Word Level: Drill Practice & Games to get started



Functional Games: Sentence Level

Once your child is able to say CH correctly in words (drill practice) and during flashcards games, you are ready to move on to the functional games listed here. This is the most exciting phase since this is where generalization really starts to happen. Here, your child will learn how to say CH correctly in connected speech. 

In order to encourage carryover of progress, you will be throwing away all speech cards and practicing saying CH in sentences while playing natural games! 

Visit CH Sentence Level Games to get started



CH Materials

Below you will find a copy of all the materials given throughout the CH section. Return here for quick printing!

Parent Information

Word List

CH Flashcards

Functional Games

Language Games


› CH Homepage