best board games for preschoolers

5 best board games for preschoolers

Playing board games with your child is an excellent way to work on language skills. Some of the goals you can target include; turn taking, following directions, increasing vocabulary (ex. numbers, colors, animals), and expanding utterance length. As you play the game, ask your child Whose turn is it? (my turn or your turn). If … Continue reading 5 best board games for preschoolers

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5 Toys for Preschoolers for Language Expansion

With so many toys on the market, finding toys for preschoolers that work on expanding language can be difficult. I have complied a list of five fun toys that allow preschool children to use a variety of language while playing. Toys that can be used in open-ended way will always allow for more language opportunities … Continue reading 5 Toys for Preschoolers for Language Expansion

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5 Speech Therapy Activities for Preschool Age

Whether you are a speech pathologist or a parent looking for ways to help improve your preschool child's communication skills, you've come to the right place to get new ideas. I've listed below some of my favorite speech therapy activities for preschool age children along with ideas of how to use them. 5 Speech Therapy … Continue reading 5 Speech Therapy Activities for Preschool Age

Valuable Information About Your Child's Stuttering

Valuable Information Regarding Your Child’s Stuttering

What is developmental stuttering? Typically children aged 2 to 5-years-old go through periods of developmental disfluencies. These stuttering events are normal and should not be of concern. ¬†You may hear your child repeat phrases, words, or syllables 1-2 times (ex. "I see...I see...I see the dog" or "I I I want to go outside" or … Continue reading Valuable Information Regarding Your Child’s Stuttering