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What is imitation? Imitation is copying other people. It can include copying their: Actions, using objects, for example, shaking a maraca, rolling a ball Gestures and body movements, for example, clapping, waving Sounds and words Children use imitation right from being a tiny baby, throughout early...

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Chatting to your child can be one of the most effective ways for them to improve their speech and language. In this YouTube series, Weekend Words, our Speech and Language Therapy team will demonstrate key language strategies for you to try at home. View this video for ideas on how you can help your...

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Chatting to your child can be one of the most effective ways for them to improve their speech and language. In this YouTube series, Weekend Words, our Speech and Language Therapy team will demonstrate key language strategies for you to try at home. View this video for ideas on how you can help your...

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Chatting to your child can be one of the most effective ways for them to improve their speech and language. In this YouTube series, Weekend Words, our Speech and Language Therapy team will demonstrate key language strategies for you to try at home. View this video for ideas on how you can help your...

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Chatting to your child can be one of the most effective ways for them to improve their speech and language. In this YouTube series, Weekend Words, our Speech and Language Therapy team will demonstrate key language strategies for you to try at home. View this video for ideas on how you can help your...

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If your child likes bath time there are lots of opportunities for you to support your child’s communication as part of this everyday activity. You are likely to be on their level as you sit or kneel next to the bath and there are fewer distractions so you can be more focused on each other.…...

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Supporting your child’s language and communication skills is something you can do within your daily activities. Whether you are walking to nursery or school, at the shops, soft play or the park there are lots of opportunities for you to use strategies to support your child’s language and...

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By 2 years old children should be building on their earlier skills of looking, reaching, pointing and using facial expressions. They can also enjoy sharing interactions with others for longer periods of time. The words they understand and use should continue to grow, with short sentences emerging...

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What is extending? Language difficulties are nobody’s fault but changing the way you talk can really help your child. When your child says a word or short phrase, say it back to them but add one more word. For example your child may say “dog!” and you could extend this by adding,...

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There are lots of simple strategies that you can use to help support your child’s talking. Here are some examples:

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