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2 Free Activities to Practice Pronouns (He/She)

Many children with language delays/disorders demonstrate difficulty appropriately using the subject pronouns of he and she. Some children may only use “he” or may only use “she” regardless of gender. 185 more words

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10 Fun Ways to Work on Language Skills at the Park

Now that the weather is nicer and warmer, it is great to get outside with your child and enjoy some fresh air. There are so many ways to incorporate language skills when playing outside with your child. 704 more words

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Ideas for Improving Expressive Language Skills

During my years working in a middle school, I often spent much of my time helping teachers develop activities and lessons geared towards improving expressive language skills. 143 more words

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3 Easter Activities for Language Development

Easter 2017 is coming up on April 16th.  Below are three Easter activities with tips to encourage language development.

1. Where Are Baby’s Easter Eggs? 313 more words

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5 Language Skills to Target With Reusable Stickers

If you don’t already know, the Melissa & Doug brand has the best toys, games, and activities to use with your child.  The products often even list ways to use them to help develop stronger language skills for your child. 447 more words

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Best Ways to Incorporate Language Skills into Cooking With Your Child

If you’re like me and enjoy cooking, you will love these ways to incorporate your child and language skills into the activity.  Cooking with your child is a naturalistic way to practice some important communication skills such as following directions, sequencing, and learning new vocabulary.   357 more words

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10 Toys for Under $10 for Language Development

There are so many toys out on the market that can help expand your child’s language skills, that it becomes difficult to chose which ones to purchase as well as expensive. 733 more words

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