What are playsounds? They are noises like baaa, woof, brrrm. These types of sounds are a bridge to learning words.
This 10 page Guide is ideal for parents of late talkers and SLPs. It is aimed at toddlers who are very quiet or not yet imitating.
It contains examples of sounds/noises you can make during play to help develop children's imitation skills.
When helping a child learn to talk one of the first goals is to make more noise!
This includes animals noises, car noises and so on.
You can find out more ideas about helping toddlers learn to talk on my blog www.babychatter.com.au
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