The Types of Phonological Processes

Phonological processes are patterns of sound errors that typically growing children use to make their speech more simple as they are learning to talk. Children do this because they don’t have the ability to coordinate their lips, tongue, teeth, palate and jaw to use for clear speech. But by the age of five most children outgrow theses phonological error patterns. WPSpublish.com has put together the following infographic explaining the types of Phonological Processes:

Types of Phonological Processes