For children who are under three years of age, therapy is often connected to routines, early vocabulary, speech skills and the language context of the classroom. This is an exciting and natural time for fun therapy.
Toys, animals and food are among the most interesting language topics for young children, as well as their peers. We play with toys that are fun and motivating for our younger students. We provide sensory opportunities so the children can explore through touch, sight and smell while learning!
Interactive games such as “peek-a-boo” entice young children, as well as finger plays and other songs. Games are a wonderful way to encourage turn-taking skills and to increase verbal productions in a way that is FUN!