Everyday communication is made up of two parts: receptive language and expressive language. You guessed it! Today we will be talking about expressive language. Expressive language is communication through words/language. 767 more words
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Daily routines provide excellent opportunities for children to learn about their environment, themselves and other people. You can use daily routines to promote language development by stimulating comprehension as well as expressive language skills. 356 more words
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For those who are new to following this and simply because it has been so long, I’m creating a series of posts on popular baby/toddler toys and how you can use them to facilitate Speech and Language Development. 1,820 more words
In this post we thought it would be a great idea to review some fun activities and share some of the fantastic web resources that are available to help and resource parents and educators encourage children’s speech and language skills. 342 more words
As a teacher you no doubt spend many a happy hour getting your young charges to calm down, sit down, stop talking about what happened last night on Eastenders, and to focus on matters in hand – all causing a delay to the start of the lesson you have planned. 723 more words