Receptive language refers to how your child understands language. Expressive language refers to how your child uses words to express himself/herself.
There are the different areas covered under expressive language skills. Whether your child is a late talker, has trouble with social communication skills or needs to work on their vocabulary 'Speech and Language Kids' has activities and resources for all these areas of concerns
Build strong listening and understanding skills with these receptive language activities.
Incorporating interactive category activities to build language skills is a great way to approach vocabulary development. Teaching categories is very relevant to the child’s vocabulary development.
Children need to be able to understand the world around them and to express their thoughts about that world. Both expressive and receptive language development are crucial for proper communication and interaction with others.
Here are some activities that can help develop Expressive Language Skills in older children.
Are you concerned with your child’s receptive language development? Does your child have a receptive language delay? Receptive language deficits may manifest themselves in difficulty following directions, engaging in conversation or answering questions. These activities at home may help improve your child’s receptive language.
“I wish I could help my child talk more”. Well… You can! Expressive language can be elicited in a number of different ways. Most of the toys or activities you already have in your home can help your child begin to talk more and practice expressive language skills.
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