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See & Learn - Speech - Saying Words
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See & Learn - Speech - Saying Words

Third step in See and Learn Speech programme - a step by step series of resources specially developed to help children with Down syndrome develop clearer speech.

See and Learn Saying Words provides simple activities that encourage the imitation and repetition of one- and two-syllable words. It includes eight sets of words, each starting with a speech sound that usually develops early in typical development (b, d, m, p, y, n, w and h). The 72 target words represent a range of vowel-consonant combinations and are selected from vocabulary suitable for younger children. See and Learn Saying Words can help parents, teachers and therapists support regular speech practice. Research suggests that practice and repetition are necessary to develop clearer speech. See and Learn Saying Words builds on the skills taught in the previous two See and Learn Speech steps.

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