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Speech, language and communication

Speech, language and communication

Baby Sign Language: Mealtime | Parents

Baby Sign Language: Mealtime | Parents

These are some signs that you’ll use at meal time. Hungry, like the food going down, hungry. Thirsty, swallowing a liquid, thirsty. More, I want more and finished and all done. I like. Your thumb and your middle finger, open Read more…


Parenting with Nonviolent Communication (NVC)

Parenting with Nonviolent Communication (NVC)

Baby Sign Language: First Food Signs | Parents

Baby Sign Language: First Food Signs | Parents

Signing with babies can make your life a lot easier, and a lot more bonded because rather than guessing what they want, they can tell you by signing. The sign for milk is a very iconic sign like you’re milking Read more…


Jolly Phonics | Sounds and Actions

Jolly Phonics | Sounds and Actions

(music) Hello and welcome to Little Learners. In this video I’ll be looking at phonics and mainly Jolly Phonics. I have an earlier video called, ‘What is phonics?’ if you need a little bit more of an introduction to phonics Read more…


Speech & Language Therapy: Helping Michael

Speech & Language Therapy: Helping Michael

How PUZZLES help toddlers TALK – Tips from a Speech Therapist

How PUZZLES help toddlers TALK – Tips from a Speech Therapist

Remember that time when you watched your toddler put puzzle pieces in and out and in out for a long time and you thought you were just going to die of boredom? Well, I have some ideas for you that Read more…


Baby Sign Language: Greetings | Parents

Baby Sign Language: Greetings | Parents

I like to teach you some common greeting signs so that you can start signing with your baby right away. Remember that consistency is the key to developing vocabulary. Hello. In American sign language, hello is a salute from the Read more…


Baby Sign Language: Alphabet A to G | Parents

Baby Sign Language: Alphabet A to G | Parents

-A, B, C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C, D, E, F, G


Baby Sign Language: Daily Routine Signs | Parents

Baby Sign Language: Daily Routine Signs | Parents

[ MUSIC ] The approach that I find works best with most families is to start with two to five signs that are big priorities and then build it from there. Start adding in signs as your child acquires signs. Read more…