Build Your Child’s Vocabulary with Synonyms and Antonyms
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Vocabulary size is extremely important in developing reading skills.
“Children with larger vocabularies become better readers, writers, thinkers, and overall communicators.” – Kimberly Scanlon, M.A., CCC-SLP
An excellent way to grow your child’s vocabulary is to introduce categories of synonyms and antonyms.
Introducing your child to synonyms and antonyms will help him or her to communicate with more clarity and precision. Knowing exactly what you want to say is very empowering.
In the parent guide portion of Learning to Read is a Ball a list of synonyms and antonyms are provided so adult readers can strategically replace basic vocabulary.
In this video, I demonstrate how to use synonyms and antonyms to build your child’s vocabulary while reading the interactive picture book, Learning to Read is a Ball.
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Kimberly Scanlon, M.A. CCC-SLP is a speech language pathologist, an author and a mother. As the owner of Scanlon Speech Therapy, LLC, a unique boutique practice in Bergen County, Kimberly embraces individuality and treats the whole person. Her goal is to spread compassion, hope, and some speech, language and literacy tips one moment, one person at a time. Her first book, My Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child’s Language Development and her second book, Learning to Read is a Ball are available for purchase online at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.