Category Archive: Vocabulary Development

The Napping House, Language, Early Literacy

How to Use the Napping House to Promote Language and Early Literacy Skills

  If you are a parent to a young child, a speech language pathologist, or an educator,...
synonyms and antonyms, shared book reading, vocabulary development

Build Your Child’s Vocabulary with Synonyms and Antonyms

Amazon affiliate links included for your convenience. Vocabulary size is extremely important...
Making Connections: Oral Language & Reading Comprehension

How to Make Connections While Reading with Your Child

  Interested in developing your child’s oral language skills? How about his...
How to Use a Describer Reading Style to Develop Preschool Vocabulary

Vocabulary Development: How to Use a Describer Reading Style

According to research, the describer reading style greatly improves vocabulary acquisition in...
Vocabulary Development

Vocabulary Development: Show Enthusiasm for Word Learning

When was the last time you learned a new word? Did you show any enthusiasm? Were you excited...
Re-reading books develops vocab

Vocabulary Development: Why is it good to re-read the same books to your children?

Vocabulary Development: Why is it good to re-read the same books to your children? They say,...
Longman's Dictionary

A Great Dictionary for School-Age Children

A Great Dictionary for School-Age Students Have you ever had a child look up a word in a...

7 Ways to Improve Your Preschooler’s Vocabulary through Conversation

Photo Credit: © 2006-2013 Pink Sherbet Photography 7 Ways to Improve Your Preschooler's...

Incidental Learning and Speech Therapy

Young children learn many new words and concepts when it's not necessarily planned or...

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