Mirror, mirror in my hand, how does should my mouth move to make that sound? Children with articulation problems can have difficulty understanding how to make their mouths move to make certain sounds. Mirrors provide a way for children to develop an awareness of how the muscles in the mouth, lips, and tongue move to produce a particular sound. Mirrors are also helpful in developing sense of self, and children can use the reverse side to draw a picture of their reflections.
Benefits and Highlights
- Handheld boards feature the outline of a face on the write & wipe side and a mirror on the reverse
- Non-breakable safe mirrors
Dimensions and Specifications
- Mirrors measure a diameter of 5 inches
- Created for ages 3 and up
- Set of 4 mirrors