By Sadie Bigland and Jane Speake, first published in 1992.
An essential resource for use with children who have delayed language development. 47 activities target a range of grammatical structures and can be given out
to parents to work on at home with their children.
Each activity, presented in the form of a game, is self-explanatory and gives instructions for playing and also advice on how to praise and reinforce success
as well as what to do if the child does not succeed. Parents, Teachers and Learning Support Assistants can therefore carry out valuable language practice
without significant supervision or having to have detailed verbal instructions.
Over 80 pages of picture material are included and all activities and pictures may be photocopied. This resource saves hours of preparation time in devising
home and school programmes and is very popular with Speech & Language Therapists and Teachers.
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