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Parents’ Role in Language Intervention

For most children, seeing a speech language pathologist once per week isn’t enough time to develop language skills. In fact, it’s hard to learn any new skill if it’s only practiced for one hour per week. But if you work together with your child’s speech language pathologist, you can come up with goals and activities that you can do at home during your everyday life that will make a huge difference in your child’s language learning. Ultimately, you can provide language intervention every day, many times a day, as you go through your daily routines.

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Building Sound Awareness with Little Blue Truck

Helping children understand that words can be broken down into individual sounds is called sound awareness or “phonological awareness”. Here’s a fun strategy to help you build this essential precursor for successful reading and writing.

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