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A handout that can be given to parents, teachers, families, etc. to educate on developmental speech and language milestones from 1-5 years old. Includes red flags and a brief description of Speech Language Pathologists.
Grades:
PreK - 1st
A handout/reference guide for teachers or SLPs! Separate handouts for Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, and Grade 3, with a table of contents. Includes developmental milestones/norms for receptive language, expressive language, speech/articulation, phonological awareness (K-1), reading, and writing f
I made these handouts to give to some parents during speech & language evaluations. Many times during an initial evaluation, I will talk about some of these language milestones or future goals with the caregivers, but I know that it is a lot of information to process at once, so I thought having
Created in partnership with the speech-language pathologists at Chicago Speech Therapy, this handout is a comprehensive resource for parents, caretakers, teachers, and therapists alike. It serves as a comprehensive guide of milestones for children ages 0-6, with age groups divided into 8 categories.
This eye-catching poster provides information on the Speech and Language Milestones of children aged between 0-3 years. Information in the poster has been adapted from the American Speech-Language- Hearing Association (ASHA) recommendations and milestones. This poster can be useful to give to parent
This tri-fold brochure is about Speech and Language Developmental Milestones for ages three-four. It includes parental tips to help children reach age-appropriate milestones. It also includes a short list of the main speech, language, and hearing developmental concerns with website resources for mor
Grades:
PreK - K, Adult Education, Staff
This tri-fold brochure is about Speech and Language Developmental Milestones for ages one-two. It includes parental tips to help children reach age-appropriate milestones. It also includes a short list of the main speech, language, and hearing developmental concerns with website resources for more i
Grades:
PreK, Adult Education, Staff
This is a cute and useful handout for teachers and parents outlining speech, language and phonological awareness milestones for children.
Grades:
PreK - 4th, Staff
An article I created for Speech Pathologists to distribute to parents on their speech and language caseload with speech and language delays.
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PreK - 1st
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A list of developmental milestones by age for speech and language.Good resource to give parents and teachers.
Information from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association consolidated in an infographic to provide parents, caregivers, and teachers!
I created a blog post on my website about language development. I made a free resource to go with it to help understand when babies and toddlers acquire most communication skills.
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Not Grade Specific
A handout/reference guide for Grade 2 teachers or SLPs! Includes developmental milestones of receptive language, expressive language (mentions articulation too), reading, and writing. Also includes a "red flag" section to facilitate referrals to Speech & Language services.
I created a blog post on my website about language development. I made a free resource to go with it to help understand when babies and toddlers acquire most communication skills.
Three and four year olds approach the world with great curiosity and a desire to explore. As a result, this age range is considered to be one of the most significant periods for the development of language, motor and cognitive skills. 3 and 4 year olds are increasingly verbal, typically learning mul
A booklet that provides an overview of language and literacy milestones for children in Year 1 and 2 (Lower Primary – 6 to 7 year olds). Tips for home and causes for concern are also outlined. The booklet can be photocopied back to back and then folded in half to provide a compact reference.Children
Students in middle to upper primary should be independent and creative problem solvers. As students reach the middle primary, developed language skills are critical for gaining an academic understanding of content and information. By 8 and 9 years of age students should be able to use language in an
Designed by Speech Pathologists, this resource promotes awareness of early developmental milestones. The poster outlines:What children aged 7 years should be able to say, express, comprehend and listen and engage with.Tips for parents in the home environment so that they can stimulate their child's
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1st - 3rd
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Enjoy this freebie of language milestones for babies/toddlers 0-36 months of age. Be sure to "follow" me to get notified of when I post new resources!
Are you looking for FINE MOTOR, VISUAL PERCEPTUAL, VISUAL MOTOR AND SELF CARE MILESTONES in an easy to use document THAT YOU CAN COMPLETE BY TYPING IN THE INFORMATION OR WRITING IT IN? This has milestones grouped in an easy way by skill (examples: scissor skills, tracing / coloring, block tower, put
This resource was created to help Speech & Language Pathologists (SLPs) inform general and exceptional education teachers of speech and language milestones to assist in referrals.Information includes a full overview of developmental norms for phonemes, and common language targets seen in the cla
Developmental Milestones Ages INCLUDE = Ages BIRTH-FIVE YEARS (Kindergarten). PREVIEW shows ONLY age 3-4 years. SKILLS ADDRESSED INCLUDE: cognition, pre-reading, language, social, visual-perceptual skills, self-care, gross motor, among others. Parents, teachers and service providers are best prepare
These checklists are intended to be used by an SLP to monitor and record progress for Early Intervention (birth-3) clients.A great way to monitor progress for your clients in a simple and easy way!Each checklist contains developmental skills for children aged birth to 3 within expressive, receptive,
This bilingual intake form is in English and Spanish and can be completed by the family or the service provider to ensure all the essential questions are asked when obtaining the case history.This thorough case history asks questions including: Social HistoryReferral DataDevelopmental HistoryPregnan
Grades:
PreK - 12th, Higher Education

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