About Me

I have been working as a speech pathologist since 1990.  Over this time I have accumulated a lot of resources across three different websites – BusyBugKits, SpeechBookShelf and BabyChatter.  This website is an amalgamation of this work.  I hope it helps you when you are working with your little clients!


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ɪ (bit)

VC – in, ill, it, is, itch

CVC  – bib, big, bin, bit, dip, fill, fin, fish, hill, hit, kick, king, kiss, lick, mint, miss, pick, pig, pill, pin, pip, rib, ring, ship, sick, sing, sit, tin, tip, win, wing, wish, witch, zip

bridge, brick, chick, chin, chip, dish, drill, drip, fridge, six, skip, sting, string, swim

2 syllable – digger, finish, kitten, prickle, tickle, winner

How to produce this sound


The mouth is closed and smiling and a quick sound is made.

Simple way to begin is to make little mouse sounds. – iiiii.

In –  Games that require putting things ‘in’ are a repetitive way to practice this sound – ‘in’ the bag or ‘in’ the box etc.

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