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Tip#8 Summer Language Enrichment Series :

Speech Pathology Associates, Mississippi Summer Language Enrichment Series Both you and the child can ‘be the teacher’ in the task of asking questions and giving hints of what the word might be.  This is similar to the old Password game…

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TIP#7 Summer Language Enrichment Series:

Speech Pathology Associates, Mississippi Summer Language Enrichment Series Following a recipe is a perfect way to work on following sequential directions.  This gives an opportunity for new vocabulary words as well as putting things in a certain order. Choose a…

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TIP # 6 Summer Language Enrichment Series :Play a trip game

Speech Pathology Associates, Mississippi Summer Language Enrichment Series Our activity for this week is similar to TIP#5 category game, but requires more critical thinking.  You may remember playing this game while riding in the car with your friends. This is…

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TIP#5 Summer Language Enrichment Series : Play a category game

Speech Pathology Associates, Mississippi Summer Language Enrichment Series Difficulty naming 6-8 items that make up a category can often be an early indicator of later reading problems.  While this activity can be done in a number of settings, just like…

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TIP#4 Summer Language Enrichment Series : Play An Action Word Game

SPEECH PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES Mississippi Using ‘ing’ action words can be difficult for many children because they aren’t words we name but do.  While this activity could be done in a number of settings, playing it in a pool provides the…

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TIP#3 Summer Language Enrichment Series : Create present/past/future stories

SPEECH PATHOLOGY ASSOCIATES SUMMER LANGUAGE ENRICHMENT TIP#3 Does your child have difficulty telling a story or relaying to you what has happened?  This tip will give you guidance on how to help your child to sequence events. This activity requires…

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TIP#2 : Summer Language Enrichment Series: Do a variation of a blind man’s walk

On TIP#1, you blindfolded your child and gave ‘preposition’ directions for your child to follow.  Since your child is familiar with wearing a blindfold, let’s vary the activity to further enhance listening skills. This exercise can be done inside or…

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