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First Words List Bloom & Lahey - Pinned by PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins
This is a great chart that addresses speech development. While it's important that we educated our kids in a fun way we also should be aware of the things pertaining to speech development: the earlier the better. Intervention is so crucial in early months and years.
This is the landing page for the Playing with Language Series: Top Ten Ways to Build Language through Play in Young Children. A fantastic resource for parents, teachers, and professionals working with young children/children with emerging language.
FREE!! Furry Friend: Lenord can repeat what you say. This is great for our little ones working on communication. Parents should modeling using sounds like ‘babababa’ or simple words (mama) and listen as he repeats back what you say. He also has some great props. Try to pop all the bubbles floating him. You can model ‘pop’ each time your toddler gets a bubble. You can also watch Lenord eat his sandwich (he’s a very messy monster) and model ‘yum yum yum.’ (iPhone Screenshot 2)
Home Speech Home: Simplifying Speech Therapy. Provides detailed, easy to understand information about: -speech and language development -child speech and language disorders -adult speech and language disorders -home therapy ideas for a variety of disorders -printable and useable resources for parents, caregivers, and SLPs