- How to Plant Garlic Bulbs
- Magnify the Moment - Soccer
Think of the things can you talk about with your child around the game of soccer.
- Tips for Reading Books with Your Child
Reading with your child can be a great way to support their communication development. Here are some tips for you to consider when reading with your child.
- Pets and Moments
Build vocabulary and language skills around experiences that are already part of your child’s day.
- Playdough Activities – Descriptions and Prepositions
Playing with playdough can be a great way to practice using descriptive words such as colors, shapes and sizes with your child.
- Playdough Smash Mat Activity
Targeted skill is synonyms and the child “smashes” a scoop of ice cream each time he comes up with a synonym for a given word.
- Playdough Activity - What's Missing
Support memory development, learn parts of an object, label and identify objects.
- Objects and Functions with Playdough
A great tool for working on object association and building upon your child’s understanding of objects and their use, or object function.
- Comparing with Playdough
Focus on comparing things using comparative (-er) and superlative (-est) adjectives
- Creating Where Stories
Lots of opportunities to work on skills like understanding and practicing "where" questions, preposition words and common household words.
- “Planting a Rainbow” Activities
A story about a mother and child who plant and cultivate a variety of different flowers in their garden, creating a rainbow of flowers
Make some playdough and use it to enrich your child’s communication while you play together
Communication Development (includes ASL)
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