Keeping young children engaged in highly-structured language-building tasks can be challenging, especially when the task requires them to be seated in one place. However, staying seated in one place is by no means a requirement to work on language. In fact, you’re much more likely to have success working on language if you incorporate theContinue reading “How to Work on Language with A Child Who Likes to Move”
As a parent stuck at home during this strange, unprecedented time, many of us are finding it harder than ever to juggle work, parenthood, and running a household! When we’re already spread so thin, thinking of new ways to work on language with our children can be a daunting task! Instead of finding new gamesContinue reading “How to Work on Language While Doing the Dishes”
Fill-in sets is a term I use to describe phrases like “ready, set,… go” that you can leaving unfinished for a child to fill in. For example, parent says, “ready, set….” and child fills in, “go!” Fill-in sets are a great way to stimulate language and they’re engaging for children because they are: – predictable – exciting (thinkContinue reading “Stimulating Language with Blocks and Fill-In Sets”
Learn about ways you can support your young child who stutters.