Category Archives: Expressive Language

Expressive language skills refer to the ability to produce language. Skills such as word and concept use, utterance length and complexity, and grammar use are included in this category.

Communication Expansion Using the Repetition of Holidays in a Neutral Way

To expand any skill, we all need practice.  This same repetition is vital for your child to gain speech and language skills.  A good way to assure repetition and frequent practice which is necessary is by using your environment to … Continue reading

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Speech and Language Enrichment = Summer Fun!

School’s out, but you can support your child’s speech and language skills in typical summer activities.  They provide wonderful contexts to enrich your child’s communication development and still have lots of fun!  For specific guidance in skills to target, remember your child’s … Continue reading

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PARENT STRATEGIES FOR PROMOTING PRESCHOOLERS’ EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE

Parents of preschool-age children often seek ways to enhance their child’s oral language skills. Following is a list of ways that you can stimulate your preschooler’s expressive language daily: Use “self-talk” or talk about what you are doing throughout your … Continue reading

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