Speech and Language Resources
Speech and language activities and resources
- Communication routines within your home are the most impactful in your child's language development. Visit this parent resource from the ASHA website for enrichment ideas (American Speech and Hearing Association).
-Inviting your child to problem-solve alongside you during daily tasks is a powerful teaching tool. This is one facet of what we call "executive function" skills. Harvard's Center on the Developing Child has published a helpful guide on how to foster development of these skills from the toddler years through adolesence Executive Functions - Harvard's Center on the Developing Child.
-PBS offers many family-friendly ways to apply positive communication strategies throughout your parenting routines at PBS parent site.
Expanding Expression_Expanding expression tool-This is a visual tool we use to increase verbal expression. Pick a prefered toy or object and describe.
Be a Time Scientist! Use this self-reflection worksheet to flex your time mangement muscles (Sklyar, 2014)
Sequencing_ sequencing tasks activate comprehension, reasoning, and problem-solving skills
Incorporate sequencing during tasks with your child such as cooking
P / B minimaL Pairs
Social / Emotional Activities
Connect with a friend or family member! By writing a letter
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