Phonological awareness is essential for learning how to read. When a child has these awareness skills, they can understand that words can be broken down into smaller parts. Some children pick this up naturally, while others may require intervention.
Webs are our 'best of' for the month of June! One of the primary reasons being that they can be used in an assortment of ways for a wide variety of speech and language tasks. So open your Zoom whiteboard or take out a piece of printer paper and a pencil - let’s talk about webs!
You have one child who is receiving speech-language services. You also have another child (or children) who you need to pay attention to. How can you help your child develop speech, language, and communication skills while also spending time with your other children? Read about our tips here.
Maybe you are a parent wondering how to choose from the thousands and thousands of books on the market. Maybe you are a therapist wondering what books you should use to promote language development with your students. Well... let’s talk about literacy!