Between the ages of 4 and 5, your child will conquer one huge milestone: starting school. What speech, language, play and social skills do they need to know? We get asked by many parents whether they need to know their alphabet, or how to read before they get to school. Let’s see what communication and play skills 5 year olds should demonstrate and how you can continue supporting your child’s learning. Keep reading or listen to the blog below:Continue reading “What do I need to know about 5 year olds?”
Is it really August already? So many new books have been published this month and we are excited to share our finds through a speech pathology lens. As speech pathologists, we are on the hunt for books with robust vocabulary, strong story structure, and captivating illustrations. As parents too, we want books to sound good when read aloud so that they can be enjoyed time and time again.
Here are our top 3 recommendations this month: Continue reading “3 new books in August 2019”
Which picture books have sparkled under our speech pathology lens this month? As you may know already, as speechies and mums, Tania and I look for books with robust vocabulary, strong story structure, captivating illustrations and to be frank, sound good when read aloud as picture books needs to be read aloud to young children and when they sound good, it is easier for parent and child to enjoy them time and time again.
So here’s a round-up of our top 3 this month: Continue reading “3 new books in July 2019”