AS OCTOBER BEGINS…KEEP MOVING FORWARD
Hello Motherburg Readers,
Well you made it through September – congratulations! Really, take a moment to think about this past month. You’ve come a long way since September 1st. Whether you’ve met the new school teachers, you’ve gotten into a routine with making lunches or found a place to get together with new moms and your babies, you’ve moved ahead. So on this note of moving onward and upward, this post will continue with the topic of pre-reading skills. Below are some more strategies to build pre-reading skills in young children:
Talk about how and why things go together. For instance: Get your toothbrush. Yup that’s for brushing your teeth. We need to put something white on that toothbrush. Is it glue? No. Is it snow? No, oh no, you’re right, it’s toothpaste, okay where is it?
my good friend Adrienne’s kids: Max (chewing), Oliver (turning the page) and me (reading)
DEVELOPING AN AWARENESS TO SOUNDS and LETTERS
my niece Laurenne, reading and riding. I know this photo seems staged, but my mom randomly took this picture last month.
Here are some great resources for children’s books:
If you have a specific speech or language question that you’d like answered, please send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll do my best to include it in the next write up. Thanks, as always, for reading this post! Till next time, take care.
Vanessa D’Auria is a licensed, experienced SLP providing home based services in Brooklyn, Queens and Midtown. For more information about Vanessa, visit speechtherapyvanessadauria.com or email directly at email@example.com.
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