Make an Experience Book to Build Language. Good for students with additional needs and also those with English as an additional language (use to build vocab). Create a book about a field trip or to reinforce the daily schedule and transitions in preschool and pre-k or in your home.
Floor Time is great way to help promote language development for toddlers. This activity can be done by teachers, parents, or anyone that gets on the floor with the child and talks to them during play time. This activity allows the child and adult to be eye level. Since the adult and child are eye level, it will allow the toddler to model the adults facial expression, make eye contact, and make various speech sounds.
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Activities to encourage speech and language development from asha.org (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://Pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.