Reading with Your Children

June 23, 2011 BY Sharon Soliday, CCC-SLP

Stephanie Sigal explains how reading books with your child can provide experiences and vocabulary that he or she may not be exposed to on a daily basis.

Reading with your child everyday should start from birth. At this time, you can read anything to your son or daughter, even The New York Times. What matters is HOW you read it. Read with feeling, show emotion and pause to allow your baby to vocalize back to you.

To continue reading Stephanie’s article at ASHAsphere, please click the following link:
How to Read Books with Children with Language Delay

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