Science tells us that the more we engage with our children, the better they'll do later in school and in life. Instead of talking as usual, try singing in a different voice. Foe example, it's very funny to sing about getting dressed. Sing, "I'm sliding on my shirt, jumping in my pants, " in a low voice. You and your child can use familiar tunes and make up your own words. When you're having fun, it's likely your child will be having fun too. When you put new words into tunes and describe what you're doing, you're helping them make new and unusual connections. These types of connections promote creativity.
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One of the most anticipated and
cherished events as a parent is a
child's first word. Sometimes those
words need encouragement to
become effective communication.
The Speech Center has been doing that for 50 years! We all share in the joy and pride of each success, preparing children to be the best communicators possible. Each member of our staff and Board of Directors considers every student capable and worthy of reaching their potential.