Task Boxes for Language Development Receptive and Expressive

  After going through language therapy with both of my boys I have learned a thing or two about meeting speech therapy expressive language goals. As a Kindergarten teacher I have picked up on a few activities that help support goals for expressive language skills. I have found it beneficial to work on both areas of language expressive and receptive to strengthen language development for early childhood. As a classroom teacher I find that all children can benefit from activities designed specifically for expressive receptive language disorders. I have also seen where children that have typical language skills can have a huge positive impact on those that struggle with language. Working through activities that require specific language cooperatively can be the best way for children to gain language skills. Early intervention with speech therapy and language therapy is also vital to school success. My oldest son began working on expressive language speech therapy goals with an
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