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Time for Rhyme
We know rhyming is a staple in early education but how often do we think about its function? Why is rhyming so important at this stage? Does it help children learn to read? Take a deep dive into rhyming with this webinar, and learn more about how you can incorporate it into your daily activities with children.
Screening is essential, but what tools will work?
Screening children individually can give you specific information about where to target your teaching and help when speaking to parents about how to support their child’s learning and development.
Introduction to Phonological Awareness
Phonological awareness refers to a range of vital pre-reading skills that can be taught in early childhood programs, as well as the home environment. This includes listening and language skills, sound awareness, segmenting and blending of sounds.
Articulation disorders Part II
By popular demand, this is the second in our articulation disorders series. It explores common speech error patterns for 3-5 year olds, and how early educators or parents can help correct these.
Articulation disorders Part I
The first part in our series focusing on articulation disorders. This webinar looks at speech milestones children are expected to reach between 3-5 years, and what to do if they encounter difficulties in this area.
Ear health and listening skills
Learn how to improve your children’s listening skills and maintain their ear health. Listening skills are a key factor in children’s speech and language development.
Getting the most out of your book reading activities
This webinar includes several tips and tricks to make the most of story time with young children. Learn how you can use story books to teach vital concepts of print, listening, speech and language skills to children.