Practice the /s/ and /z/ sounds in words. Remember to keep your teeth together with yout tongue behind them while you say the /s/ sound!!
Beginning of the word
sad sail salt sit same sand sat saw seal seed sew sick sign sing sink soap soup south suit sun circle cement cereal city salad sandal seven supper Sunday Saturday sofa sewing sandwich ceiling centipede cylinder salami satellite September submarine sunflower
Middle of the word
bracelet castle faucet fossil Iceland icing insect kissing lacing muscle lasso listen messy muscle pieces possum vessel whistle bicycle December dinosaur moccasin Pacific USA Tennessee oasis icicle medicine decimal Mississippi August
End of the Word
base bus chase class dress face floss gas glass gooses house ice juice kiss mouse pass plus toss vase voice balance caboose dollhouse necklace police toothless Venus office lettuce cactus address floss octopus pillowcase platypus hippopotamus