Dialogic Reading is a technique you can use when reading with your child to help support their language development. ReadingRockets.org has a wonderful explanation for how to use Dialogic Reading.
The National Stuttering Association offers a free brochure of their “Top 10 Ways to Help Young Children Who Stutter (Ages 2-6). Download it here.
Is your child working on speech sounds? A great way to practice is while reading books. Head on over and subscribe to Speechy Musing’s blog to download a free list of picture books by speech sound.
Or, turn any book into an opportunity to practice. Grab a book, magazine, or newspaper, and try to find as many words as you can with your sounds.
Looking for a way to help support language development? Talk, talk, talk!
Looking for some conversation starters? Check out a museum, zoo, or book.
In response to COVID-19, many online resources have been made available for free to the public. I’ve shared some links to these on the sidebar under “Language Enrichment & Virtual Field Trips”
The San Diego Zoo offers Live Cam footage.