Children who are struggling with their speech-language skills may also experience difficulties with basic abilities in literacy such as phonemic awareness, decoding, spelling, and writing. Studies have shown that there is a correlation between oral production and the development of essential reading skills
Creating a "quiet time" in place of a nap can help foster independent play and ensure you and your child are still setting aside time to rest in the day. Building a quiet time bin can help with this process.
This fun and easy scavenger hunt can add some excitement to a day indoors while developing your child's vocabulary!