Taking advantage of the world of sounds is a wonderful way to help young children develop their listening skills.
Create a home atmosphere that encourages communication.
Use audio books to bring life and depth to your child’s reading experience.
Effective communication relies on a basic set of conventions. Children who make and keep friends have mastered these necessary social skills.
Communication blossoms when you and your child do things with each other.
Engage your child's curiosity with thought-provoking questions.
Play your way to reading success with your child.
These activities can supplement a child's speech or language therapy program.
Give on-the-fly storytelling a try — it’s rewarding for both your kids and yourself.
Determine where your early reader is in her language and reading skills.