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Topics in DS - Communication Skills in Children with Down Syndrome - A Guide for Parents
Provides parents with a wealth of information about speech and language development in children with Down syndrome.
This book will provide parents with a wealth of information about speech and language development in children with Down syndrome. Parents learn what to expect as communication skills progress from infancy through early adolescence, how Down syndrome can affect those skills, and what they can do to help maximise their child's potential in this crucial area of development.
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Development in practice - Speech and Language activities for preschool children with Down syndrome
This film explains and demonstrates activities for promoting communication, speech and language development for preschool children with Down syndrome from 18 months to 4 years.
Stamping Fun - Common Fruits
A box with 8 wooden stamps of common animals (a banana, apple, pineapple, pear, orange, grapes, durian, rambutan). Comes with a CD of 16 reproducible worksheet ideas to encourage language and listening.
Vocabulary Checklists and Record Sheets - Checklist 1 - First 120 Words
A check list of most of the first 124 words that children learn to understand and to say
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.
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