This advice-column-style blog for SLPs was authored by Pam Marshalla from 2006 to 2015, the archives of which can be explored here. Use the extensive keywords list found in the right-hand column (on mobile: at the bottom of the page) to browse specific topics, or use the search feature to locate specific words or phrases throughout the entire blog.
Q: I have a child who has weakness in his tongue as evidenced by slight tremors when protruding. What exercises do you recommend to strengthen the tongue to increase articulatory precision?
Have you ever taken a class of mine? If so you will recall that I never recommend exercises to strengthen the tongue. Instead I recommend activities to inhibit abnormal movements, and to facilitate appropriate oral stability and mobility. This is a very important question you have asked. Do you understand what I am saying in my answer?