Tongue Exercise for Hearing Rehabilitation of Hearing Impaired Children

What is tongue exercise?

On the basis of breathing training, tongue training (tongue exercise) is also carried out.The tongue is an important part of the language organ. Every segment of the tongue is vocalizing (tip of tongue, tongue surface sound, tongue root sound), and its movements are very sensitive. It can stretch forward and retract, or rise and fall.Due to hearing impaired children, language development is hindered, so that the tongue is not well exercised, the tongue muscles are stiff, the tongue tip is insensitive, and the tongue movement cannot keep up with the speed of the language beat, and some words cannot be sent out. Or it’s incomplete.Therefore, it is very important to exercise children’s tongue.

Perform tongue exercises in four steps:

① Put the tip of your tongue against your upper gums, lick your palate and hook back. The deeper the hook is, the better, but don’t make the tongue frenulum sore. Then lick your palate and slowly place it behind your teeth.

② Put down the tip of the tongue and then slowly stretch it out of the mouth.

③The tip of the tongue is pressed against the left cheek so that the face is as bulging as possible, and then the right cheek is pressed in the same way, one left and one right, repeatedly.

④Place the tongue flat and gently bite the surface of the tongue with your teeth. While biting the tongue, the teeth stretch out, and then slowly retract while biting.

Through the above four-step tongue exercise exercise, the tongue can be moved up, down, left and right.When doing tongue exercises, drums and music can be used to direct the child to train, and at the same time let the child add clapping, nodding, shaking his head and so on.

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