Worth Repeating: Toys to Elicit Language from Birth to Three
Editor’s Note: Written for parents, but an excellent list to share with your clients’ families.
[Source: North Shore Pediatric Therapy]
Your child’s first three years of life are the most intensive period for speech and language development. Children learn through modeling, imitation, and most importantly; though play. Below are some examples of toys that will help elicit lanugage and communication in your child. It’s important to keep in mind that these toys will not teach your child language all on their own; your interaction with your child while using the toys is where the magic happens.Narrate your actions, take turns, label nouns and verbs, and HAVE FUN!
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