St. Patrick's Day Activity

The Easiest St. Patrick’s Day Activity to Practice Language Skills With Your Child

It's almost time for St. Patrick's Day again (March 17th).  Here is a fun and simple game to play with your child that works on expressive and receptive language skills. Continue reading for an easy St. Patrick's Day activity that will be fun and is also free! Directions Print out page of shamrocks. Cut out shamrocks. … Continue reading The Easiest St. Patrick’s Day Activity to Practice Language Skills With Your Child

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sequencing cards

Valuable Ways to Use Sequencing Cards with Your Child

Sequencing cards are a great way to help work with your child understand a series of events. The ability to put sequences in order will help your child down the road re-tell stories in a sequential manner.  The product below is one of my favorites when working with children (4-years and older) on this important … Continue reading Valuable Ways to Use Sequencing Cards with Your Child

barrier games

Simple Ways to Play Barrier Games

Barrier games are simple yet effective way of targeting many language goals at home.  You will need two pieces of paper, some sort of barrier (a book or folder work well), and something to draw with. How to set up a barrier game You and your child each take a piece of paper and set … Continue reading Simple Ways to Play Barrier Games

language development games

5 Language Development Games

Playing games with your child is a perfect way to spend time together and work on increasing language skills.  You can work with your child on turn-taking skills, following directions, increasing vocabulary, and expanding utterances.  Below are 5 language development games to get you started working on these goals.  1. Candy Land Game When playing Candy … Continue reading 5 Language Development Games