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oral language activity for building vocabulary with toddlers and preschoolers

Oral Language Game

As I've mentioned before, oral language is a huge predictor of future reading success. A common saying among reading professionals is, "If a child doesn't hear a word, that child won't say that word. If he doesn't say it, he won't read it." You can help your child grow his oral language with easy and fun games. We've been playing a super simple oral language game using objects we have lying around the house. Supplies: variety of small objects from around your home large clear container with…

Cupcake Questions {and games}

Question Cupcake Games and Cards

Answering WH- questions is often a difficult skills for students, especially those with language delays or disorders. WH- words (who, what, when, where, why - as well as how) are abstract and intangible. Teach HOW to answer WH- questions with these visuals and then practice, practice, practice using...

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Lucky Duck Winner

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