Some short tongue twisters for kids are "Sally sells seashells by the seashore," "rubber baby buggy bumpers" and "he threw three free throws." Some two-word tongue twisters are "selfish shellfish," "specific Pacific" and "truly rural."
Tongue twister activities help children practice pronunciation. The activities are especially beneficial for children with speech impediments or children whose first language is not the native language, as pronunciation rules often differ. Tongue twisters are meant to be repeated at least three times, starting slowly and steadily increasing the speed. Some of the common types of tongue twisters are consonant blends and vowels. B vs. V tongue twisters help Spanish speakers learn English pronunciation rules, as B and V are pronounced the same way in Spanish.