1) Talk or narrate your daily routines and activities. For example, ‘We are going to the park today. We will see trees, birds, grass, swings and slides at the park’. Even if your children don’t respond to your narrations, they are listening and learning.
2) Ask your children questions. Ask, ‘What is your favorite thing to do at the park?’ Make sure to ask all types of ‘WH’ questions such as ‘what’, ‘why’, ‘who’, ‘where’, ‘when’ and ‘how’.
3) Read to your children. Read a book to them every night. Ask them about the book or discuss each page.
4) Ask your children to describe things around the house. For example, describing colors, sizes, shapes, similarities and differences.
5) Have conversations with your children. Even if they can’t respond, the ‘engagement’ is so important.
For an some extra ideas, please click here to download Summer Speech & Language Calendars. Each day contains small activities that you and your children can do together. Each activity is about 5 minutes. They will love these activities and will get excited to work on their speech and language skills.
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