This article came to us from Samantha Sawyer, M.A. CCC-SLP, a licensed speech pathologist who specializes in helping children communicate.
Have you ever wondered how to speed up your child’s skill development and make these interactions more fun and rewarding for both child and caregiver? I want to share concepts, based on powerful tools I’ve developed over the last eight years, that will show you how to “hide” learning in play, emotional bonding activities, and sensory stimulation.
Spring is a time of inspiration in The Heartland that beckons to get outdoors and fully experience the magical transition from a brown to fresh green landscape. Engaging your child’s five senses in multi-sensory outdoor play is a great way to stimulate growth and development.