Rainy Day Activities for Speech and Language
[Source: Speech and Language Kids]
It’s springtime and the snow is giving way to rain! It’s best to be prepared for those rainy days with some great rainy day activities that will encourage speech and language development as well. You might as well get some speech and language work done if you’re going to be stuck inside!
Many kids with speech and language delays need help with their social communication. This is especially true of children on the autism spectrum. Rainy days are great opportunities to practice some of those social skills in a safe environment. Here’s what you will need to do: choose one of the scenarios below and act it out for your child or read to him what happens in the scenario. Then, talk about the scenario with
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