10 activities to help develop your child's speech.
The best way to help a child's speech and language development is through play. Here are 10 simple activities that you can do at home, including the key vocabulary to focus on, to help develop your child's speech and oral language. The key to these activities is about engaging with the child and using simple, useful language that matches the actions of play. This puts the language into context with what they are experiencing and gives them opportunities to hear, use and practice the language…
Alphabet Find Learning Activity - Busy Toddler
What a fun activity! Alphabet find is the perfect way to get kids moving & learning. It's a great indoor activity that toddlers & preschoolers will love!
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