The following information is provided for your reference. If you are concerned about your child’s development based on this information, a referral can be made to Speech Services Niagara for a speech and language screening. Refer a child now.
The webinar focuses on strategies to promote the idea of sharing books with babies and toddlers. It highlights the most successful ways of engaging young children in interactions with books and explores the kinds of books babies and toddlers most enjoy. Parents are encouraged to make shared book reading a part of their daily lives, something that can happen anytime and anywhere!! By fostering a love of books early on, we are helping to lay the foundation for future success when children are formally taught to read and write. The journey of emergent literacy begins at birth.
Click here to view our emergent literacy webinar.
Handouts from Super Duper Publications: What are Phonological Disorder? Can they be corrected? and Types of Articulation Errors- A Simple Guide
Webinar and Resources from Markham Stouffville Hospital: The Power of Play and Being the Bridge- Building Language While you Wait and Best Beginnings: A Parent e-Guide for Promoting the Social-Emotional Development of Children and Let's Make Sounds
Video: Babies Saying 'I love you' for the first time- click here
Video: Canadian Paediatric Society- Read, Speak, Sing: Your baby and early literacy
If you are a parent of a child who is under the age of 5, you have concerns about his/her development, and if it is before Nove...
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Emergent literacy has been defined as the skills, knowledge and attitudes which are important for a child to learn to read and ...